An Irish family syndicate of six sisters has come forward to claim Tuesday's $200m (€175.4m) EuroMillions jackpot.
The family is originally from Duleek, County Meath with some members living in North County Dublin.
The winning ticket is the largest ever EuroMillions win in Ireland and was sold at Reilly’s Daybreak in Naul, North County Dublin, close to the Meath border.
“I heard on the RTÉ News that there was a win in Ireland and I caught the last three numbers,” she told Ireland's National Lottery.
“I checked the rest of the numbers online. I was numb! It took a bit of convincing everybody that we had won."
To keep the winning ticket in a safe place, she put it in an Argos shopping catalog and placed it under a mattress.
"I didn't sleep a wink all night!" she said.
A family spokesperson, who is married to one of the syndicate members, told the Irish Mirror: "We are a very close family. We meet every week and we take holidays together every year.
"This is a dream come true for us. We don't want this to change our lives.
"What is so exciting is that we will be able to share this money with children, grandchildren and extended family members."
The record-breaking win eclipses the $130m (€115m) won by Limerick Woman Dolores McNamara in July 2005.
It is the 14th Irish EuroMillions win since the game was launched in Ireland in 2004.
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