This page aims to highlight the important fixtures for the club that all members are encouraged to compete in as well as a few other local races. For other non club races we recommend the Runners World Events pages. and Sportsystems.

For league matches and club competitions please inform the team managers well before the actual race date if you wish to take part as team sheets may need to be completed in advance. Our team managers are David Moore (men) 07894 553220/ and Louise Ionascu (women) ( . Juniors please contact Sue Phillips the Coaching Co-ordinator(

Upcoming events


For enquiries relating to forthcoming races please contact directly the respective team managers, above.

CLUB PRIORITY “A” RACES (will be updated as further information is received) – Senior Men & Juniors (Info for ladies to follow)

Date Start Event Venue Link Comment
Saturday 2nd Sept 12 Noon SURREY COUNTY ROAD RELAY CHAMPIONSHIPS Wimbledon Park
Sun 17 Sept 1100hrs MABAC – 5 miles Lightwater
Sat 24 Sept TBC SEAA Road Relays Crystal Palace
Sun 8 Oct 1100hrs MABAC – 5 miles Nonsuch Park
Sat 14 Oct 1330hrs Surrey XC League – Div 2 – Match 1 Wimbledon Common
Saturday 21 Oct 2pm (TBC) Surrey Master XC Richmond Park For those 40 or over!

We normally do well,

Sat 28 Oct TBC Bruce Judd XC Relays Champs Stoke Park? For under 13’s to under 17’s
Sat 11 Nov 1500hrs Surrey XC League – Div 2 – Match 2 Richmond Park
Sun 19 Nov 1000hrs


MABAC – 5 miles Farley Heath
SUNDAY 7 Jan 18 TBC Surrey Main XC Champs Denbies!
Sat 13 Jan TBC Surrey XC League – Div 2 – Match 3 TBC
Sat 27 Jan TBC SEAA XC Main Champs TBC
Sat 10 Feb 1500hrs Surrey XC League – Div 2 – Match 4 Lloyd Park, Croydon
Sat 24 Feb From 1100hrs English XC Championships Parliament Hill – YES!!! From Juniors to seniors,

ladies & men. Just do it!

Note that entry to each of the above races is free to Club Members with a fully paid up English Athletics (“EA”)Licence!








Note that entry to each of the above races is free to Club Members with a fully paid up English Athletics (“EA”)Licence!






Other Popular Local Races

We might as well mention any upcoming local races that club members may wish to compete in (and often do). Popular events are organised by Trionium (for seriously challenging hills – races get full very quickly), Events To Live and also many appear on the Sportsystems website.

  • DMV Fixtures 2017/18 – Senior Men

    The 2018 World Cup is fast approaching, with national sides making their final preparations ahead of this summer’s tournament.

    We now know the groups after December’s draw. England have been put together with Belgium, Tunisia and Panama in Group G.

    Gareth Southgate’s side were not among the top seeds, meaning they featured in pot two during the proceedings.

    And with England’s route now mapped out, Southgate will be able to ramp up preparations for the 2018 tournament. 2018 World cup, football News ,Gaming ,Betscore ,Casino …

  • Training – Thursday 6th – Rob Russell’s Group

    Next Thursday (6 July) it’s the District Sports Day down at Pixham Lane the track won’t be available for training.
    Rob Russell’s group will be meeting at Pixham Lane at 7pm and then running out.
    I’m waiting to here about training from the other coaches.
  • Surrey Ladies XC League 2017/18

    Surrey Ladies XC League 2017/18

    14th. Oct.            Reigate Priory     U17/15   12.00pm
                                                                  U13        12.30pm
                                                                  Seniors     1.00pm  Div 2
    11th. Nov.            Nonsuch Park      Seniors   11.00am  Div 1 & 2  combined
                                                                   U17/15    12.00pm
                                                                    U13          12.30pm
    13th. Jan.             Wimbledon Com.   Seniors    11.00am  Div  2
                                                                      U17/15     12.00pm
                                                                      U13          12.30pm
    10th. Feb.            Richmond Park         Seniors  11.00am  Div 1 & 2  combined
                                                                        U17/15       12.00pm
                                                                        U13            12.30pm
    Note: The last two fixtures are as yet TBC and may well be transposed
    i.e. Richmond Park followed by Wimbledon Common, depending upon availability.
  • Beautiful evening for the 2017 Bench-to-bench run

    Beautiful evening for the 2017 Bench-to-bench run

    2017 bench to bench run

    Lawrence, Heather, Mark, Evan and Dawn at the look out point

    The annual Bench-to-bench run starting on Ranmore is held every summer to commemorate Mike Horner who was a much-loved member of DMVAC. Anyone who went out running with the Mike can relate a tale, usually about his cheerful optimism and under-estimate of the distance to be covered… I can remember the evening we set off for run into the Surrey Hills (only about an hour!) in a group led by Mike. We got lost and just about made it back to Pixham Lane before dark. I wasn’t a happy bunny at the time but I forgave him after I did my best ever 3km time on the  track two days later. There was never a dull moment when you went running with him and the annual run in the Surrey Hills from Ranmore to Leith Hill is a fitting tribute.

  • The Dorking Ten and 9Km Road Race Report

    For the first time in its 32 year history, a cut-off time was introduced for the Ten Mile Race which resulted in a shorter 9Km route. This was offered as a separate race which proved to be popular with female runners and allowed Dorking and Mole Valley AC to test out the running of two concurrent races. As the Ten Mile race is the main event and also the Surrey Road Race League Championship race, 464 runners set off at 9:00 from Brockham Green in cool, sunny conditions. The lead was soon taken by Phil Wicks of Belgrave Harriers who came in ahead of the second placed Jake Waldron of Ranelagh by over 3.5 minutes and Ollie Garrod of Epsom & Ewell Harriers in third place six seconds later in a time of 54:52. Phil set a course record in 2011 of 49:11 and although a couple of minutes slower at 51:11, it was a highly impressive performance.

    The first lady home was Alice Germana of Sutton Runners in a time of 53:58. She was followed in by Jess Fawcett of London City AC 49 seconds later with Jaydee Peters of Woking AC in third place with a time of 65:54. Other notable performances were Gary Lloyd of DMVAC who completed the course in 1:28:00 to take the gold medal in the V70 age category and Sue Garner of Lingfield, also V70, whose time was 1:25.41. Jane Davies of Epsom and Ewell Harriers and winner of the V60 age category had the 2nd overall best age=related performance after Phil Wicks.

    The winning men’s team was Reigate Priory closely followed by Ranelagh and Croydon Harriers and in the women’s race Guildford and Godalming were thrilled to take first place with the Stragglers RC in 2nd place and London City AC third.

    The 9Km race set off at 09:40 with 44 runners who joined the main race around 1km down Middle Street. Andy Melrose of London City Ac won in a time of 37:50 with DMVAC runner Howard Jones in second place in 38:39 and Gavin Heaton third in 43:48. The women’s race was won by Caroline Nicol of British Military Fitness in 42:37 with Leigh Collins of Stragglers RC second in 43:41 and Anna Steere third in 44:39.

    The general consensus was that both races had been highly enjoyable and the Club had benefited from the experience of the 9Km race to help the launch of a licensed concurrent 10Km race with the main 10 mile event next year which will be Sunday 3rd June 2018 – the day after the Derby.

  • Dorking 10 miles and 9 Km results – and photos and video!

    Results are posted on the Sportsystems website.
    Dorking 10 Mile race: 10/3210

    Dorking 9Km race: 10/3213

    Note that the results are based on the ‘gun’ times and not the chip times – the Sportsystems website which include the age group results.

    Sussex Sports Photography have also uploaded all the pictures taken at the race:

    Trionium race organiser Rob McCaffrey has also made a video which you can view at:

    Director’s Prize list

    Dorking 10 2017 Prize Winners

    Team results

    Ladies’ Teams results

    Mens’ Teams results

    All results

    Dorking 10 2017 All results

    9Km results

    Dorking 2017 9Km Prize winners

  • Dorking Ten Mile Road Race 2016 Race Report – Ewan Bate

    On Sunday 5 June, Dorking and Mole Valley AC organised and executed yet another stellar Dorking 10 on its 31st occasion providing a 10 mile route of outstanding beauty (to compensate for the horrible climbs) for close to 500 athletes.

    As the competitors congregated at the start of the course and club chairman, John Jelly, spoke words of wisdom and encouragement, 5 minutes prior to the official start Gary Donald, the race’s solo wheelchair competitor, and blind runner Louise Simpson and her guide set off to rapturous applause from the runners and spectators.

    As the beaming sun shone over the roads of Dorking and Brockham, the Dorking 10 would bring to light a new Surrey 10 Mile Men’s Champion, as John Sanderson of Guildford and Godalming, last year’s winner, did not take part. This year’s race would be one to be remembered.

    Right from word ‘Go’, Ben Savill of Croydon Harriers and Jack Parslow of Dacorum and Tring burst their way to the front of the field, passing the first mile marker in 5:20. As the race proceeded, the tactics became apparent: the long strides of Parslow tucked in behind the short, rapid steps of Savilll This partnership passed the half-way point in 27:28 and later reached mile 7 in 38:21 when the surge of Andrew Brooker, MABAC league supremo, saw him come within about 100 metres of the leaders.

    And so, the race went on and fortunately, to the spectators’ excitement, the gap between Parslow and Savill was negligible going onto the field of Dorking Rugby Club, which meant only one thing; a sprint finish was afoot. Parslow, as if the first 9.9 miles were just a mere warm-up, found his sixth gear and brushed Savill aside in a truly Mo Farah-esque finishing kick to become Dorking 10 Men’s Champion in a time of 54:56, with a shattered Savill finishing 3 seconds back and Andrew Brooker taking the final position on the rostrum in a time of 56:10.

    In the women’s competition, Annabel Granger of Bristol & West AC proved to the streets of Dorking that you didn’t need a sprinting kick to win as she blew away the rest of the field over the 10 miles, much like Georgie Bruinvels last year, to take the title in a time of 62:31 followed by Samantha Ludlow Taylor from Guildford & Godalming in 63:33 and Isobel Rea from West 4 Harriers in 64:17.

    From Dorking and Mole Valley AC, the crowd were delighted to see twelve home club athletes finish with Stuart Prentice leading the men home in 64:48 and Louise Schlaeppi being the first woman home in 79:22.

    If this year’s running of the event, so to speak, was anything to go by, Dorking 10 2017 should be an absolute spectacle.

  • Dorking 10 Results 2016 & photos

    Dorking 10 Final results from the race held on Sunday 5th June 2016. Note that the results are based on the ‘gun’ times and not the chip times – you can find your chip time from the results listed on the Sportsystems website which include the age group results.

    Dorking 10 Category prize winners



    Sussex Sports Photography take wonderful pictures of our event and individual runners can enter their running number to see themselves in action – and order a picture or two! See

  • Surrey County Track & Field Championships 14th & 15th May 2016

    The Surrey County Championship at Kingston was well supported as usual but not many DMVAC members competed. On the Saturday,  Bruce Harrold (a veteran in track and field) ran a controlled 5,000m starting steadily and picking up runners in the second half to place 5th in 16 min’s 15.09 secs.  Charlie Wyllie ran in the U/20 1500m being just unable to follow the pace on the last lap burn up, finishing 4th in  4 min’s 8 secs.  Sophia Hervouvin was 6th in a heat of the ladies U/17 100m in 14.12 secs.

    The only medal of the day was a bronze for senior Kasia Kublik-Okon with a season’s best discus throw of 28.77 metres.  U/15 sprinters Marcus Austin and Thomas Hughes took part in the very competitive 100m with the former 6th in his heat 13.47 secs.  Thomas won his heat in 12.56 secs, was 4th in semi-final in 12.35 secs and 5th in the final (12.16). On Sunday the boys were back for the 200m with Thomas Hughes again reaching the final.  After coming 2nd in his heat (24.83 secs) he was 3rd in the semi-final in an identical time and 5th in the final (25.01 secs).  Marcus was 5th in his heat in 26.85 secs.

    Ben Brunswick cam back from University to run strongly in the U/20 800m being narrowly beaten into 2nd place for a well deserved Silver medal (1.59.07 secs).  In 3,000m races Cameron Smith placed 9th out of 18 under 15’s in a time of 10 min’s 34.06, with Fred Geen 9th U/17 in 10 min’s 36:14.  Ewan  Bate ran really determinedly in the U/171500m to record a good PB of 4 min’s 21.75 secs in 4th position.