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Iyla’s 20,000 to 1 find - lucky Louth girl finds 20 four-leaf clovers and ultra rare five-leaf clover

Iyla-Rose Willden from Louth has been lucky enough to discover a five-leaf clover in her garden. EMN-140605-114455001

Iyla-Rose Willden from Louth has been lucky enough to discover a five-leaf clover in her garden. EMN-140605-114455001

Six-year-old Iyla-Rose Willden may live in one of the luckiest houses in Louth after discovering a rare five-leaf clover in her garden.

Iyla, who attends Eastfield Infants’ and Nursery School in Louth, has already been showered with good luck 
after having a haul of 20 four-leaf clovers which she has found over the last few weeks at her home in Chatsworth Drive.

But her latest find, a rare five-leaf clover, is even luckier and is said to attract money.

The odds of finding such a clover stand at 20,000 to one, the same odds as a blind golfer hitting a hole-in-one

Iyla is absolutely delighted with her find. She said: “I am really excited to have found a five-leaf clover after only finding three and four-leaf clovers.

“I have asked my mum to laminate the five-leaf clover for me so I can show it to all of my friends at school.”

Iyla’s mum Stacie Day couldn’t believe the luck 
with her daughter’s discovery.

She added: “I was at work at the time Iyla found the rare clover, my partner Craig Willden called me to say that she had found one. I couldn’t believe it until I got home and saw it for myself.

“So we all did some research on the five-leaf clover and discovered how rare a find it actually was.

“Now Iyla is really excited to show her friends and 
then I am going to put it 
in her keepsake box that she has.”

The five-leaf clover is a mutation just like a four-leaf clover, but it is however, much less common.

 

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