Mike Nagy was part of the 2016 gold medal winning World Championship team that walked away with the title in Christchurch 2016.
He went on to secure gold in the triples and fours at the Asia Pacific Champs as well as the Eight Nations pairs and four in 2017.
Born in Adelaide, Michael grew up on Waiheke Island from a very young age. He now resides in Sydney.
At what age did you start playing Bowls? 13 years old
Why did you take an interest in Bowls? A family friend suggested I should try Bowls and I was instantly hooked! I love everything about the game.
Most memorable match? I have had a few memorable matches playing for New Zealand but winning my first National title (pairs) is certainly a special memory for me.
Greats influence in Bowls? It is hard to pick just one person as I have played with and against some great players. I am influenced by each and every one of them.
Toughest opponent? Probably the Aussies. We always have great battles against them.
Aspiration in Bowls? To represent my country for as long as I can. One of my goals is to compete at the Commonwealth Games.
Advice for new players? Consistency is the key. Practice as much as you can and "groove" your delivery.
- 2013/ 2014 NSW Club Challenges Gold Division - Gold
- 2013/2014 National Pairs - Gold
- 2013/2014 National Fours - Gold
- 2014/2015 NSW State Grade 1 Pennant - Gold
- 2014 North East Valley Singles - Silver
- 2015 Zone 13 Champion of Champion Pairs- Gold
- 2016 Zone 13 State Fours- Gold
- 2016 NSW State Fours - Runner up
- 2017 NSW State Fours - Runner up
- 2015 Asia Pacific Championship Triples- Gold
- 2015 Asia Pacific Championship Fours- Gold
- 2016 Six Nations Fours- Gold
- 2016 Six Nations Pairs- Gold
- 2016 World Bowls Triples- Bronze
- 2016 World Bowls Fours- Gold
- 2016 Leonard Trophy- Winner
- 2017 8 Nations Triples- Bronze
Date of Birth: 29 November 1980
Current Club: Birkenhead, North Harbour and Taren Point, Sydney
Cap #: 110
Capped Event: 2015 Trans Tasman
Bowls Used: Taylor Redline SR, Size 4
Commonwealth Games Disciplines: Triples and Fours