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It's a triplet Rollover.

TRIPLETS were crossing their fingers today ahead of only the fourth Lotto triple rollover in Lottery history.

Idwal, Morgan and Ivor Llewellyn, who were brought up in Ystrad Mynach, were at the National Lottery terminal at Tesco in Talbot Green to wish other players good luck for the triple rollover tonight - and to buy their own tickets.

Ivor said: "Imagine if we won! It would prove that luck does come in threes."

The 80-year-old identical brothers, Britain's oldest living male triplets, recently enjoyed a special birthday bash to celebrate turning 80, with more than 100 friends and family celebrating with them. They weighed a total of 17lb when they were born, and mumEmi spent the last three months of her pregnancy in bed, but she and husband Daniel thought they were only expecting one large baby.

Morgan, nowliving in Margam, said: "She used to tell us the story of when we first went out.

"We were in a prambeing walked from Ystrad to Gelli where our grandparents lived.

"It took us five hours to get there because so many people stopped her to look at us."

The triple rollover will mean an estimated pounds 18m j
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Jan 26, 2008
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