Following a review of the amount of money the society spends on trophy engraving (which last year came to over £400) the committee has decided that there should be a limit on the number of characters in trophy winners’ names. Rather than truncating the names displayed on trophies, which could look unsightly on the trophy itself, it has been decided that anyone with a surname which has a length greater than 6 characters will not be allowed to win a club trophy, with effect from January 2018. The committee hopes that this will not cause any inconvenience to members, particularly those with longer surnames.
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