Greater Moncton Football Association
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President

Carron Moore

I have been involved with the GMFA since 2016, as a mom, a volunteer, a coach, and board member. My first experience with football was trying out for my high school football team … in an age when girls didn’t play football!  My coach tried so hard to get permission for me to be on the team but was never able to get it approved. Fast forward 40 years, and I was fortunate to play for the Vipers football team in 2021 … how things have changed! I am a daughter, cousin, sister, wife, mother, aunt … I am a pianist, synchronized swimmer, bobsledder, singer, softballer, artist, triathlete, karateka, boxer, footballer.  I am a seasoned volunteer, having served on many boards over the years. I am excited to continue representing the GMFA and our members.

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Treasurer

Anie Langis​​​​​​​


As a Trimble teacher, I was first introduced to football at our Homecoming game in 2010. I have learned very quickly how football brings people together and how it creates a sense of belonging and family for many kids in the Greater Moncton area.

​​​​​​​Over the last 3 years, I have also had the joy of being a football mom. With my two children playing at different levels and my husband as a coach, I spend most days in the Fall and the Spring at the football field. It brings me so much joy to see my daughter have the chance to play with some of my students. We have made many friends in the last few years and I am looking forward to meeting many new faces.

Administrator

Nick Smart

I’m an education student at Crandall University who is passionate about the sport of football. I played within the GMFA ranks in the early 2000’s and then at Harrison Trimble High School. I’m excited at the opportunity to be back as a member of the board of directors for a second year. Youth sports is one of the most important things we have and I’m grateful and humbled to be able to give back to such a cause.
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Director

Alex Best

​​​​​​​Hi my name is Alex Best. I have 16 years experience playing football in Saskatoon, Riverview and St. FX. I come from a football family with 4 brothers who all played and coached football.  I have 6 years coaching under my belt in various roles, but took some time off for a few years. I put my name forward to be on this board because I realized how passionate I am for this sport. My most recent experience was helping with the Atom Argo’s team last fall.  This gave me a renewed passion for the sport because I enjoyed seeing the kids grow and the effort they put into a sport they enjoy. I am strict on the field, but I also like to have fun and joke around. As a coach, it is my role to prepare your children for the sport, making sure safety is number one and also making sure the kids understand their role on the field. As a board member, I hope to bring my passion and experience to the GMFA while working together for the best of the football community. Cheers!

Director

Alex Mercier

​​​​​​​I am a former 4-year player for the Olympiens de L’Odyssée and current co-head coach of my alma mater. I was part of the coaching staff that brought 1 AA 10-man and 1 AA 12-man provincial championships to the school. To the board of directors, I bring enthusiasm, leadership, and critical thinking and plenty of football knowledge and experience. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time outdoors with friends and family as well as watching various other sports.

Director

Jamie Goulet

Originally from Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador, I moved to Dieppe in 2008 and currently reside there with my wife and son. Having grown up in a small, isolated town football wasn't a sport available to be played. I grew to love the sport in the early 2000's and when my son came of age to play, I made sure he got the opportunity that I wasn't afforded. I volunteered as a coach in 2020 and have been involved ever since. When the opportunity arose to become part of the GMFA board I felt obliged to give back. I will continue to coach as there's no better feeling than watching the kids develop their skills and gain confidence as they establish their roles on their teams. I've been a federal correctional officer for 20 years.
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Director

Joel Irvine


​​​​​​​I was a multi-sport athlete growing up, but my passion for Football began as a quarterback at SJHS in 1987 under the legendary coach Fran ‘the Bear” Hughes.  I then moved to Ontario, playing from 1989 to 1991 in the OMMFL playing for the Mississauga Wolverines and Gary Smith.  Returning to Atlantic Canada in 1991, I earned my B.A. from Mount Allison University before entering the corporate world. 

In 2013 I attended the NBIAA High School Championship at Rocky Stone Field, and that day committed to volunteering with the GMFA. In Spring of 2014 I began coaching and continue to do so. I am committed to helping the youth of Greater Moncton learn the great game of football while focusing on Safety, Leadership and Teamwork.  My focus is on having lots of fun and learning the skills properly at a young age in preparation for the next level.  Over the years I have filled many roles within the GMFA and currently I am the Fields & Equipment Manager.  I encourage you to consider giving back, the rewards are endless!!!

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Director

Ryan Douthwright

In my youth, I played football for GMFA, high school, CEGEP and University.  I have also participated in various other sports along the way.  After being away from football, 7 years ago we decided to enroll my son in the GMFA Tykes program.  Since then, I truly have enjoyed coaching my son through the GMFA programs now up to the Pee Wee Level. My love for the game has evolved from playing into Coaching (which I enjoy far more) and my newfound passion is investing time into youth of today and helping them become the best they can be.
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