Brockville man wins $100,000 on Encore

In this Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017 photo provided by OLG, Robert MacLeod celebrates after matching six of seven numbers on his Encore ticket. The father of two plans to use his $100,000 winfall to support his children's education and also buy a house. (OLG via Newswatch Group)

BROCKVILLE – A little change in plans has led a Brockville man to a $100,000 winfall.

“I’ve been playing the lottery for 20 years,” Robert MacLeod explained, while at the OLG Prize Center in Toronto. “I usually play Pro-Line, but the odd time I’ll pick up a ticket for a different game.”

He managed to match six of seven Encore numbers on his Lotto Max ticket from Dec. 1.

The 47-year-old father of two plans to pad his children’s education fund with some of the winnings and also buying a house.

“This win gives me a nice cushion,” he said.

The winning ticket was picked up at Shoppers Drug Mart on Parkedale Avenue.

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