Peter is an Australian living in Plano, Texas. He is a die hard Collingwood supporter and the first Foundation member of the NTX Devils.
In addition to his Foundation Membership, Peter is also a Club Sponsor as the owner of Karndean Flooring and a major donor.
Jenny was born and raised in Melbourne still and a Collingwood member and supporter. Wife of Peter, Mother to Georgia and Emily. Jenny lives in Plano and has been known to hover pylons in close Collingwood games and at the girls volleyball games.
Another Australian living in DFW,
James is one of the Founders of the Devils and current Club President and Head Coach.
James has played an been involved in footy since childhood, playing for clubs including St Kevin's Old Boys, East Brighton Vampires and the Balmain Dockers/Tigers. He started coaching when at Balmain in 2009 with their 2s side.
James has a personal mission to help grown, develop and improve the quality of Aussie Rules in DFW.
Involved in footy in the US for 14 years, Stephen - or Bassy as he's known - is both a player and assists with 1st year player coaching.
Bassy lives in Frisco, Texas and can often be seen at games with his wife and daughter both cheering him from the sideline.
One of the best Club Men around and US military Veteran, Jeremiah or 'Jezza' joined the Devils in 2021 May 2021 as a player and Foundation Member.
With family from Melbourne, Jezza has always been connected to Footy and proud to be a Devil!
George is an American who spent time in Australia in the 90s and got hooked on Aussie Rules, following the game closely every since. He is looking to become a USAFL accredited Umpire.
He joined the Devils as a Foundation Member in May 2021 and while not playing, is often out training with the team.
Kerry is a native Texan looking for different ways to stay active.
"Old Boss" George Galindo (another foundation member) alerted Kerry to the NTX Devil's training sessions and he has been an active member ever since!
A footy career starting in the early 60s, Eric has done it all. Premierships, Captaincies, League B&F, State junior rep and more.
He played much of his footy at Traralgon, Gembrook and Montrose, all in Gippsland, Victoria,
His son, Darren, is a current NTX Devil!
Daniel started playing footy just a few years ago here in Dallas, and has become a great asset to the team and solid clubman.
In our launch year, Daniel joined the Devils and quickly showed his leadership on and off the field. It was recognized by the Board and shortly thereafter he was appointed Captain for our inaugural season!
An Australian, Mike moved to northern DFW several years ago and now calls Prosper home.
Mike played footy growing up, switching the boots for a glove to play collegiate ball in the States, followed by professional baseball in Canberra.
He joined the Devils as a club close to home and quickly became part of the fabric and one of the clubs top players!
While growing up in a small town in central Illinois, Cassie was never really the small town type of girl.
After graduating from Illinois State University and marrying Mike in 2011, Cassie moved to Australia and was introduced to footy.
Cass now calls Prosper home and is a super mom to 2 beautiful girls. While she is still getting used to Mike playing a “contact sport”, loves the excitement and speed of the game.
In his first season of Aussie Rules, Gregg has quickly become a core part of the team both on and off the field.
Gregg has a sporting background and came to us from Soccer, quickly adapting his running style to our game.
He is currently a Sales Executive for the Clearwave Corporation, a leader in patient engagement software solutions.
A recent transplant to the DFW area from Las Vegas, Surf is a tried and true competitor - he has represented 3 countries at elite levels and was an Olympic hopeful for the Jamaican bobsled team.
Fun fact: Surf is also the National 100m record holder for American Samoa, competing in the 2009 world championship where Usain Bolt ran a 9.58!
As he drove to DFW from Nevada he was researching USAFL teams and came across the Devils and immediately knew which team he wanted to join.
Surf arrived on a Tuesday, trained Wednesday and was integral in the Devils first wins just 3 days later.
Originally from the UK and playing Rugby all his life, Will tried Aussie Rules for the first time with the Devils and was instantly hooked.
Since coming on board, he's quickly become a key player utilizing his running play and defensive mindset to contribute off a flank or stints in the midfield.
Will is the National Sales Manager at the Global Interactive Group (GIG).
Will is also involved in local Rugby at the Alliance Rugby Club, and father to future 2035 Devil, Fred.
Andrew, or 'Winks', has been a long time Sydney Swans supporter and picked up footy when moving to DFW from Arizona.
Winks is another former rugby player, picking up the skills of our game while bringing his trademark step to footy.
By day he is a microbiologist for First Baptist Health. He brings along a special brand of humor to the club and will often be seen with his wife, Erica, and kids, Adelaide and Arlo, at games and events.
Don't be surprised if you see Winks in a new pair of boots every week.
Introduced to the sport by Winks, Tim had no idea what he was getting into but was hooked after the first session.
An American footballer through high school, he has transitioned to the game well and is getting used to the additional running.
By day Tim is a software engineer, by night a bit of a party animal and on weekends now a solid forward pocket/flanker for the Devils!
While living in Australia Paul became a Sydney Swans supporter and has been a card holding member ever since.
Paul started playing footy several years ago in Dallas and joined the Devils not only as a player, but as Club Vice President in our launch year.
Paul currently works for Cisco and utilized his former experience in events to help keep the Devils coordinated and running smoothly!
Every club has some legends and Darren has claim to that title at the Devils!
Darren and his wife Lara are Aussies living in DFW, brought here by military service. They've been a cornerstone of local footy, Darren being a former local coach before taking a brief break to return as a Devil and key experienced Devils player.
You only need to come to a practice or game or see his leadership shining through and he'll be sorely missed when he returns to Australia at the end of the year!
Forever a Devil Darren.