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This year the VAFA brought you Musashi VAFA TV each week from one of our clubs. 
On the weeks we couldn’t get to a club we still made sure you were seeing the best action and highlights from the previous round of the VAFA. 
There were many highlights over the course of season 2012, not least the unearthing of Mushashi VAFA TV’s Strongest man, Mazenod’s Stefan Davis. 
First a quick calculation of the stats: 
VAFA TV visited 14 clubs this year as well as doing stories on the senior, U23 and U19 Big V sides that played over the course of the season as well as a show on the umpiring fraternity.  
The week after we visited the senior sides had records of 8 wins, 8 losses and a draw, which are not great numbers but they are not a disaster either. 
Over all we interviewed over 100 people from the CEO Michael Sholly to clubs legends behind the bar on the Thursday night. 
The introduction of Musashi VAFA TV strongman created much debate on our Facebook and Twitter pages as clubs professed to have the strongest man at their club. 
The good news is that the we will have a new competition next year, so watch this space. 
Overall our ratings improved from week to week with the most watched show being the final Grand Final edition. 
The most watched club visit was a close run thing with Old Xaverians just holding off De La Salle for the title. 
The second most watched show of the season was the week we showed all the goals from Old Carey’s final quarter comeback from 36 points down against Old Trinity with Adem Yze kicking five goals in the final quarter on his debut for the club. 
We want the show to grow bigger and better in 2013 so give us a rating on the performance of 2012 below and have a look at the latest VAFA TV special from the recent U18 Tour of NZ.