and another one William Hill Trophy...first Dale Martin.
Half the card no longer with us :-( Who was "The Resister"?
second...in conjunction with Best/Wryton Promotions.
never seen any of those trophies and who was that William Hill?
William Hill was/is(?) a prominent chain of British Bookmakers - I think they owned Dale Martin at the time.
More mish mash of wrestlers to try and create a bit of interest and pull in a few more fans for one night only. The Resistor was most likely Ted Heath. Who is Mal Cherry?
In 1971 the William Hill organisation bought Hurst Park (and consequently Dale Martin and Viewsport), shortly after which William Hill became part of the Sears Holdings.
Like all the other component parts of Joint Promotions, except for Relwyskow and Green Promotions, Wryton and Best Wryton Promotions were also absorbed by William Hill, and eventually Norman Morrell and Globe (Ted Beresford).
Now you mention Ted Heath, that rings a bell. Like yourself, Mal Cherry is a name that I don't recall.
Hack when did Wm Hill got control of Wryton?