Sports Club Technical Director

Sam Medeiros


Martine Eleuteri


Dane Smith

“A gifted but hard-working athlete, Smith is known as much for his humble, self-effacing attitude as he is for playing on the basketball court. His discipline and competitive style of play on and off the court is what makes him stand out from other athletes. Smith has been profiled by Nike and the Toronto Raptors featured in the We The North Campaign. He appeared in international television commercials and starred in numerous documentary films, including the 6 part series Heart of the city rise-up done by Nike and Ballislife. Smith received an athletic scholarship to The University of Tennessee at Martin, where he double-majored in bachelor of science and human health and business after school smith became the first in his family to play professional basketball overseas. To this day, he maintains his simple existence, living in Toronto with his family.”




Dwayne Smith

A retired professional athlete that dedicated his life to the sport of basketball. Dwayne has played, coached and trained around the world at a high level. His passion shows in transferring his knowledge to the youth that he coaches/trains. Having a son that is 14, he is aware of how to guide youth to become quality and productive members of society. A proven leader on and off the floor. Dwayne also spends time giving back to the community through various projects with Puma. One the founders of The Association.

Basketball’s popularity is continuing to grow here in Toronto, and Mooredale Basketball is a great way for kids to get an introduction to sport.  Our program teaches kids the fundamental skills of the sport, and gives them the opportunity to apply those skills in a game setting.

By registering for this Mooredale Sport activity, I agree to pay Mooredale for the annual Mooredale Membership Fee by VISA or MasterCard.  For more information contact Membership Registrar, Catherine Loeffler at or call 416-922-3714 ext 102 between 9am and 5pm.  


  • Regular Fee: $350
  • Late (Starting August 16 (Fall/Winter) December 1 (Winter/Spring)): $380

Note: a current Mooredale membership is required to participate in all Mooredale Sports programs.  More information on membership is available here.

Refund Policy 

Please note: unless we are provided with a copy of a medical note (which prevents your child from participating in all sport activities) there will be no refunds past the September 1st (Fall/Winter) Jan 1st (Winter/Spring).

All cancellations and requests prior to the September 1st (Fall/Winter) January 1st (Winter/Spring) deadline for reimbursement are subject to a $50 admin fee.

Sessions & Tentative Schedules

We now offer 2 sessions throughout the year.  Below are the tentative dates for each.

Fall/WinterSept 8 – Mid Dec 1515 weeks
SummerEarly January – Late April15weeks

Note: there are no sessions on the following dates:
December 18 – January 2 (Holiday Break)
March 8 – 22 (March Break)

Tentative Time Slots & Age Groups

Age GroupTime Slot
U8 (2014 & 2015)6:00-7:00PM
U10 (2012 & 2013)7:00-8:00PM
U12 (2010 & 2011)8:00-9:00PM
U15 (2007, 2008 & 2009)9:00-10:00PM

Please note: this schedule is subject to change, based on final registration numbers, permits, and facility availability.  Mooredale reserves the right to merge age groupings together in the case where a division is not viable due to registration numbers.

All age groups are coed. 

Required Equipment

  • Athletic shoes (non-marking soles, please!)
  • Water bottle (no sports drinks!)


We are pleased to announce that our basketball program will run at the following facilities:

FALL/WINTER: De La Salle College

Winter/Spring De La Salle College

Sample Session Topics

  • Lay Ups – Both hands, proper way of jumping
  • Ball Handling and Dribbling – Dribbling with left and right hand, crossover, etc.
  • Basic and Advanced Passing – Chest pass,  bounce pass, overhead pass
  • Passing Under Pressure – Breaking pressures like full court press
  • Basic Screens
  • Footwork – Jab steps, ball fakes, pass fakes and shot fakes
  • Rebounding – Introduce rebounding technique
  • Post Moves – Drop step, jump hook, etc.
  • Spacing – Introduce basic spacing concepts
  • Offense – 2 on 2, 3 on 3, offensive motion concepts, 5 on 5, etc.
  • Defense – Basic stance, defensive slide, off ball principles
  • Shooting Form
  • Athletic and Movement Skills – Run, jump, land, skip, stop, move laterally, squat, lunge and other basic movements