Beckenham travelled to Chislehurst for the 2010 Kent Plate final to play Canterbury and despite being behind at the break, they went on to secure a 22-5 victory with a powerful second half performance.

The teams cancelled each other out in the first half and scoring opportunities were limited. Beckenham missed a couple of penalties and Canterbury did enough to claim a 5-0 half-time lead when they turned the ball over in midfield and spread it wide for the winger to a score a fine unconverted try.

Beckenham upped the pace of the game after the break as Alex Jones and Luke Aylward put in some big hits and with some decent quality possession Beckenham dominated proceedings for the remainder of the game.

After barely 10 minutes of the second half the forwards hit the ball up the middle of the park and the backs quickly spread it wide.

Full back Jack Hewett entered the line and put winger Pete Isaac in the corner to score.

Jack Forrest added the extras from the touchline.

Ten minutes later, the forwards repeated the process and when they ball was released, Jack Forrest cut a fine line and ripped open the Canterbury defence and ran in under the posts.

Narbey added the simple conversion to give Beckenham a 14-5 lead.

Canterbury got back into the game and again managed to release their pacey winger and a score looked on the cards, but Liam Markey tracked back and saved the day with a fine cover tackle.

Beckenham regrouped and took the ball forward but were denied by a strong Canterbury defence.

Debutant fly half, James Curr was caught in no-man’s land just inside the Canterbury half and with very few options available he coolly slotted over a drop goal from fully 45n to give Beckenham a 12 point lead.

With time running out, Canterbury’s attempts to get back into the game were frustrated by an aggressive Beckenham defence and the pressure told as Beckenham forced yet another turnover deep in the Canterbury half.

Narbey was on hand to feed Curr who went forward and weaved his way over for an unconverted try for the last score of the game.