# Katie Power

Last year
# reflections
Rallying from two broken kneecaps, keeping All-Ireland-winning boss, and handshake 'mess-up'
Katie Power had an impressive 2022 campaign after struggling with injuries in recent years.
All time
# slowly but surely
'Baby steps are better than no steps' - Power patient but not ruling out league return for Kilkenny
The Piltown forward is making progress in her comeback from a broken kneecap suffered last October.
# Interview
'It's about them, it's not about me' - missing an All-Ireland final after breaking kneecap for second time
Katie Power will have to watch on as Kilkenny take on Galway in the camogie decider.
# Power Hour
'Very few clusters have come from gyms and everything has been run properly, that's what's so frustrating'
Kilkenny camogie star and fitness professional Katie Power on how ‘disappointing’ it is to see gyms closed under Level 5 restrictions.
# rotten luck
'I have nothing to say to anyone, I'm just gutted... I'll never forget the pain'
A season-ending ‘freak’ injury comes as another cruel blow for Kilkenny star Katie Power.
# Kilkenny
Injections for a broken finger to play All-Ireland final and working alongside Cats legend Reid
Katie Power is working as a nutritional coach at TJ Reid’s health and fitness facility.
# The Greatest And The Latest
'She gave me her business card and said, 'Ring me'': A Kilkenny call from a 12-time All-Ireland winner
Katie Power speaks to The42 about playing for Cats legend Ann Downey.
# Head Space
'I think to be strong, more so than skinny, is good for your mental health as well'
“The fitness trend has gone through the roof, which is a great thing, but I don’t think we’re educated enough, especially girls,” says Kilkenny camogie star, Katie Power.
# power play
Katie Taylor, number crunching and Garda escorts - Kilkenny star reveals all
Katie Power and Kilkenny are gearing up for tomorrow’s clash with Clare.
Galway v Kilkenny, All-Ireland Senior Camogie Final
The Tribeswomen shut down a talented Kilkenny forward division as they looked to end a 17-year wait for silverware.
# Report
Kilkenny edge Cork to book place in senior camogie final
Aoife Neary’s goal helped the Black Cats secure a dramatic one-point victory.