The 23-year-old completes the move having lined up against the Reds in last week’s FA Trophy defeat at the hands of the National League South outfit.
Kealy spent a season and a half at Woodside Road before making the move to Sutton United in January 2020. He found opportunities hard to come by at Gander Green Lane making just 9 substitute appearances last season as the U’s won promotion to the Football League.
He joined Wanderers in the summer and has netted twice in 12 National League South outings so far.
The defeat last week came despite creating plenty of chances and manager Adam Hinselwood is hoping the return of Kealy will ease the pressure on the forwards.
“Mo and Tom have both had spells out with injury recently so having someone like Cal come back, who’s gone away and got some experience behind him, will be a big boost – I’m very happy with that signing”.
“There’s areas to improve on defensively too but there’s no doubt we could be more clinical”
Assuming his registration with the league is complete in time, Kealy is expected to be in the squad for today’s visit of Cray Wanderers.