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13 January 2018, 02:26 | Devin Moran
LOTTO bosses have revealed the victor of Ireland's Millionaire Raffle bought their ticket in Wexford.
One of those winning tickets was bought at On The Run on Greensboro Road in Ridgeway.
According to the Irish Times, the Wexford native, who joined Championship club Preston North End last summer, returned home earlier this week to validate his winning lottery ticket in his local supermarket in Castlebridge.
Peadar posted the ticket to Kevin with the Christmas message saying "I wish you the best of luck" and was one of the first in contact with his godchild to congratulate him.
The ticket was sold at Flanagan's Centra in Castlebridge on Thursday, December 14.
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