Campbelltown plumber takes home $100,000 in lottery

A self-confessed ‘run-of-the-mill’ Campbelltown plumber has declared he is ready to retire after today discovering he is $100,000 richer from last Wednesday’s Lucky Lotteries Super Jackpot draw.

When speaking with a NSW Lotteries worker this morning to confirm his win, the ‘run-of-the-mill’ plumber couldn’t contain his excitement.

“Woah, man that is awesome,” he said.

“How great is that? It is fantastic!

“Oh man! I can’t believe it!”

When asked how he planned to spend his win, the hardworking didn’t hesitate to share his plans to retire and spend time in Port Douglas in the new year.

“I will give a portion to my children and the rest I will enjoy with my wife,” he declared.

“This has made for an amazing Christmas. You have no idea how much!

“We would love to go on a holiday to Port Douglas sometime next year.

“This will go a long way to aid my retirement in the future too. Hopefully I can finish up next year.”

The man, who wishes to remain anonymous, purchased his winning entry at Eaglevale Newsagency.

Newsagency co-owner Allan Xian said he was thrilled his customer had won.

“We are so happy for our winner,” he said.

“It would be great to congratulate him in person. We wish him all the best with his win.

“Hopefully we have some more big wins soon.”​