YORK City's home match with Kidderminster Harriers has been switched to a Sunday.

Newly-relegated Kidderminster had been due to visit KitKat Crescent on Saturday, April 8 but will now take on the Minstermen 24 hours later.

City have also arranged to play Aldershot at home on a Sunday (February 12).

Billy McEwan's men will begin their FA Trophy campaign a month earlier than last season with the third round having been scheduled for December 17.

The Minstermen's reserves will kick off their Pontin's League campaign at Lincoln City on Wednesday, August 17 while the juniors have been drawn at home to Chadderton or Marine in the first qualifying round of the FA Youth Cup during the week commencing September 26.

A trip to Trafford or Eccleshill United awaits the winners in the next round during the week commencing October 10.

Last season's top scorer Andy Bishop, meanwhile, has been doing 'a little bit of training' as he starts his return to fitness from his close-season knee operation.

Updated: 10:25 Wednesday, July 06, 2005