Powerball jackpot climbs to $60 million after fourth no-draw in a row
Powerball will jackpot to $60 million next week after no one won tonight's major prize for the fourth week in a row.
To win the jackpot, players need to draw all seven winning numbers as well as the Powerball number.
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Though no one had the winning combination in division one this evening, more than a million people nationwide collected winnings in divisions two to nine, with $24.46 million shared between 1,377,927 entries.
Four division two players each won $169,495.55.
Tonight's numbers were 10, 23, 9, 2, 19, 29 and 8. The Powerball was 14.
Matt Hart, a spokesperson from The Lott, said that without a winning division one draw the jackpot could keep climbing to last year's national record of $150 million, which was shared between three winners.
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This year has seen eight division one winners so far, one of whom, from Victoria, won the entire jackpot of $80 million in July.