YORK City on-loan winger Nick Hegarty could be returning to Grimsby Town earlier than scheduled.

The 21-year-old wide man impressed during the 2-0 defeats against Stevenage Borough and Aldershot last month.

But he has been sidelined with a muscle strain since and is unlikely to be fit before his temporary stay comes to an end after next weekend's Blue Square Premier trip to Woking.

City boss Billy McEwan said: "He might have to go back to Grimsby earlier because there's no point in him travelling over from there for treatment.

"He's gutted as he feels he's let me down, but that's football.

"He's never been injured before but he's come to us and joined our ER ward after just a game and a half."

Meanwhile, KitKat Crescent has been chosen to host the UEFA Under-19 Championships qualifying match between Belgium and Romania on Friday, October 12.

The game will kick off at 3pm and admission is free, with the social club open before the match and afterwards.

Belgium and Romania are in the same qualifying group as England and Iceland.