Mr Goodchild is pictured with family members at a pub.
He said there was no single item he had lusted after, although he did at one time fancy getting a BMW.
'But when I checked I thought hang on, it looks like I've won 71,000.Going around the world to watch cricket and rugby.Their win followed builder Andrew Clark, 51, from Boston, Lincolnshire, finding out in November he had won 76million six weeks after the draw.Mr Goodchild said he had an urge to check his ticket on Saturday, instead of waiting for Monday as usual.The largest EuroMillions prize in the UK in 2018 - and the third biggest win of all time - was 121m to an anonymous ticket-holder in April.Mrs Smith said: 'I spoke to Suzanna this morning and she knows she might be entitled to a large slice of his win but she said she doesn't want a penny.The factory worker, who bought his winning ticket from The Co-op on Ledbury Road in Hereford, said he would also treat his parents to a new home.He sold the horse the next day and never got on one again.'.Mr Goodchild, who is partial to spicy chicken wings and a few beers, said the jackpot had made him the 'happiest bloke in the world'.'Incredible win dermot Griffin, the CEO of the National Lottery, said that it has been "an incredibly lucky period for players on the island of Ireland".'This is the 15th-biggest winner this country has ever seen and we look forward to toasting their win.' Mr and Mrs Connolly, from Moira, County Down, became the UK's fourth-biggest lottery winners on New Year's Day.His former colleagues congratulated Mr Goodchild on his win."I didn't sleep a wink all night she added.He said: 'I want to chillax in my hammock in the garden of my new house when I buy.' Mr Goodchild is the wealthiest singleton to go public, the National Lottery confirmed, and the 15th jackpot winner.EuroMillions tickets, euroMillions is a transnational lottery requiring 7 correct numbers to win the jackpot.Theyve donated to several different causes since the win, setting up charitable trusts, funding the refurbishment of Largs Thistle Football Clubs ground, and donating 1 million to the National Theatre of Scotland.She said it was the 14th EuroMillions win in Ireland.A new home, with swimming pool and Jacuzzi - plus a few staff to help run it - is on his wish list, as well as watching cricket and rugby around the world, and visiting The Grand Canyon and the Pyramids in Egypt.He used to joke about buying a mansion and living like a playboy if he ever won the lottery - now he can really live the dream.' Before the announcement today, Andy Carter, senior winners' adviser at the National Lottery, previously said 2019 was turning.I'll make sure they're happy and secure and they can spend all my inheritance now.'Lucky is what I turned out.
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They're a really nice family and it's nice to have some good news for once.' His cousins who met up for the lunch included Jayne Cushen, Matthew Goodchild and Joanne Healy.
Mrs Smith, 76, told how Susanna - who now works 14-hour days doing two jobs - hid the pain of her unhappy marriage from her throughout their time together, before opening up about it after she left him three years ago.