A group of workers from a hardware shop in Thurles, Co Tipperary, who scooped €17m in a Euromillions draw has claimed the prize.
The syndicate of 32 colleagues from Stakelums Home and Hardware store arrived at National Lottery HQ in Dublin at around midday.
Each member of the group will receive around €531,000.
It is understood that around 70 people work in the company.
The Euromillions draw was made last week.
The winning ticket was sold in the Eason shop in Thurles shopping centre, eight months after a €7.5m Lotto ticket was sold there.
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