A north Dublin family syndicate, who scooped Ireland's biggest ever Euromillions jackpot, have claimed their €175.4m prize.
The National Lottery has said the family from the Naul decided to keep their prize collection low-key.
They were presented with their winning cheque, from the February 19th draw, by National Lottery CEO Dermot Griffin on Thursday.
Syndicate spokesperson, Gerry Brown, said the family are now looking forward to getting on with their lives.
He said: "This is life-changing for all of the family and we are absolutely thrilled.
"We have spent the last week getting independent legal and financial advice, and our win is slowly sinking in.
"We are a very close family and this is a dream come true for us. We want this win to change our lives in a positive way."
It’s a record breaking claim!!! 🇮🇪
The winning syndicate, of the €175 million #EuroMillions jackpot, from North Dublin have picked up their cheque. Here’s National Lottery CEO Dermot Griffin moments after signing the magic cheque ✍🏻 pic.twitter.com/XrgTI0xtEH
— The Irish National Lottery (@NationalLottery) March 1, 2019
The golden ticket was sold at Reilly's Daybreak in the Naul, and the syndicate realised their good fortune when the ticket was checked on the night of the draw.
Mr Griffin also congratulated the family: "I am absolutely thrilled for the family and it was a pleasure meeting them in National Lottery HQ and to share their excitement and joy.
"Happy days like this is part of what playing National Lottery games is all about. This has been a historic few weeks for us with our biggest ever jackpot payout."