Sports Club Technical Director

Sam Medeiros


Martine Eleuteri


Vince Caserta played in the GTHL/OHJL/ACHA D3 in the United States played and Trained alongside OHL & NHL regulars. Vince worked as a private power skating instructor in  (NCAA D1). He has worked with players that are just learning to skate, all the way to more experienced players playing GTHL AAA.

Vince Caserta will focus on:
1. Principles of the skill
2. Developing the skill
3. Applying the skill to a game like environment.

Running at local Rosedale Park, our new 9-Week Spring Lacrosse Program is a perfect fit for players curious about what Canada’s national sport is all about!  Primarily an introductory program, our instructors will teach the fundamental skills of lacrosse, like scooping, passing, catching, cradling, and shooting.

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 Joanna Ingram at or call 416-922-3714 ext 103 between 8:30am and 3:30pm.  

Registration Fee

$280 Lacrosse Registration Form

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

Refund Policy 

All cancellations and requests for reimbursement are subject to a $50 admin fee. All requests must be made prior to April 18th in writing. Please keep in mind there will be no refund after April 18th unless for Medical Reason. 

Playing Nights & Times

The program starts April 20 or 21 and runs till June 22 or 23 (9 weeks in total).  

U8 (2013, 2014) Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30pm (April 20 – June 22 ) 

U10 (2011, 2012) Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30pm (April 20 – June 22)

U12 (2009, 2010) Thursdays, 5:30-6:30pm (April 21 – June 23) 

U14 (2007, 2008) Thursdays, 6:30-7:30pm (April 21 – June 23)  

Required Equipment

  • Lacrosse or Hockey Helmet
  • Lacrosse stick
  • Shoulder pads and elbow pads
  • Mouth guard
  • Gloves             


Our coaches bring with them a wealth of experience in competitive lacrosse.  Many of them grew up playing the sport right here in Toronto and then moved on to playing competitively in university, and beyond.