Donegal men bring home €102,000 from Winning Streak


Sinead Kennedy Winning Streak game show co-host; Joe Carlon, National Lottery Ticket Selling Agent, Simpsons Shop, Tulnaree; Andy O’Connor the winning player; Jenny Fisher, Head of Legal at the National Lottery; Marty Whelan, Winning Streak game show co-host and Linda Carlon, National Lottery Agent, Simpsons Shop, Tulnaree

TWO Donegal men came home with €102,000 between them after appearing on Winning Streak on Saturday. 


Kieran Clarke and Andy O’Connor, cleaned up on the show just one week after Anne Sheridan from Letterkenny spun the Grand Prize Wheel on the Gameshow winning €53,000.

Carndonagh’s Andy O’Connor, a talented ballroom dancer, waltzed away with a whopping €65,000 including a nice holiday to Iceland. Andy showed off his moves and treated Winning Streak presenter, Marty Whelan, to a waltz around the studio.

The 59-year-old farmer and father to 17 year-old-daughter, Maggie, plans to do up the house with his winnings – and he might treat himself to an extra nights dancing to celebrate! He is also looking forward to bringing his loving wife Margaret to Iceland on their trip.


Kieran Clarke from Bridge Street, Lifford receiving his prize money

Lifford man, Kieran Clarke, won €37,000 including a brand new Toyota Corolla. 45 year old Kieran devotes most of his time raising funds for the National Council for the Blind and for Breast Cancer Research with his mother, Mimi. He has travelled all over the world fundraising including to Kilimanjaro, Poland and the United States. With his winnings, Kieran plans to treat himself to a holiday as well as kindly donating to one of the charities his family supports.

Andy bought his ticket in Simpson’s, Tulnaree, Carndonagh while Kieran purchased his in Gallagher’s Newsagents, Butcher Street, Lifford.



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