Cork work syndicate are travelling to Dublin to collect their Euromillions prize
Foley's Foodstore in Ballydaheen, outside Mallow sold the ticket last Friday which is worth €369,210
It's understood that a number of colleagues in the Mallow-based Barry Group, one of the country's leading wholesalers, scooped the prize.
They matched five numbers and one lucky star in Tuesday night’s draw, meaning that it was just one lucky star away from hitting the €17 million jackpot.
The lucky winners will collect their cheque at National Lottery offices today at 4pm.
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