In 2010, Black Knights continued to restructure and Rus stepped down to concentrate on his business and Paul Richards became director after spending a number of years on the management team. Steve Blakeley lead the Senior program and Gary Wooldridge was re-instated as the Junior group co-ordinator A Selection of the brass members applied for Britains got Talent and had the opportunity to perform a version of ‘Diamonds are a girls best friend’ to the judges Simon, Amanda and Piers at the Hammersmith Apollo, but unfortunately that was as far as the journey would take the group ‘4Motion’ was the program for 2010, the concept was based around 4 corners of the field, representing 4 colours, 4 emotions and 4 styles of music. Music included O Fortuna, Feeling Good, Englishman in New York and Welcome to the Black Parade The corps strived forward again in a season that saw the group compete at its highest level so far in the DCE Championship with a 5th place finish. Again, the hype following the show in DCE seemed to show signs that the corps would continue to grow from another fantastic season.
This year with Gary Wooldridge taking a step back to instruct the Hornline, S. Muzio took over as the Cadet Coordinator, Vicky Richards also returned part time to oversee the percussion section. The music was a combination of the JLS songs Beat Again with Everybody In Love called Everybody Beat Again, and a Sean Kingston song called ‘Beautiful Girl (Stand By Me)’, again arranged in house by Gary Wooldridge, Vicky Richards and James Easter. They achieved 3rd place at the DCUK finals, but because of a late change in both venue and day which would have required that the cadets arrived home around 2 o’clock Monday morning (a school day) it was decided that even though they had qualified we could not attend the BYBA finals. At the end of the year S.Muzio resigned as Coordinator because of work commitments but had given new life and direction to the corps.