Two lucky punters were celebrating their instant membership of the Hong Kong multimillionaires' club last night after sharing a first prize of more than $60 million in the Mark Six. Each of the winners will be taking home the cool sum of $30,634,315. The numbers were 11, 16, 26, 42, 43, 48. The extra number was 32. The jackpot had swelled to become the second largest in the history of the lottery after the previous six draws failed to net a winner. The Jockey Club decided to extend its opening hours to 9pm to cope with the huge demand for tickets, and by the time counters closed a total of $142,762,343 had been wagered. Eleven people narrowly missed out on the jackpot, picking five numbers plus the extra number, and had to settle for the second prize - a mere $606,690 each. The third prize paid out $41,195. The biggest ever payout on the Mark Six was $70.9 million last September. The next draw, on Tuesday, will also see a bigger prize than usual because it will include the $20 million Dragon Boat Festival Snowball. Which means that another lucky punter could end up walking off with the very tidy sum of $30 million.