Signed from Bristol Rovers, Graeme Power played the best part of two hundred times for Exeter City during a five-year stay. He later appeared for Truro City and became a PE teacher.
Joining Queen’s Park Rangers as a trainee in 1993, Graeme signed as a professional in April 1995 after playing at left-back - with Phil Neville as right-back - for England under-18s. However Graeme never made a first-team appearance for the Loftus Road club and was soon on the move to Bristol Rovers where he made 26 league appearances in two seasons until leaving the Memorial Ground in May 1998.
After an unsuccessful trial with Norwich City, Graeme agreed terms with Exeter City in August 1998. Starting with his debut at Swansea on 8 August 2008 he was to enjoy the best spell of his career at St James’ Park. After appearing in 48 league and cup games during his first campaign, Graeme made 35, 36 and 41 appearances in the following three seasons. He was then to play a further 32 times during City’s ill-fated 2002/03 campaign appearing for the last time at Swansea - back where it all started - on 21 April 2003.
Released in May 2003, and still only twenty-six, Graeme moved into non-league football and set about qualifying as a PE teacher. After short spells at Bath City, Tiverton Town and Weymouth - whilst still involved at Exeter City on a coaching basis - Graeme signed for Truro City in August 2006 and remained with the club until December 2009 winning the FA Vase in 2007 as the club also climbed the leagues.
As of 2023 Graeme was head of house and teaching PE at Paignton Academy.
League 171; Cups 21 (192)