BRADFORD & Bingley’s teenage batsman Matthew Swallow has made the two highest individual scores in the Bradford Premier League season during a week he will never forget.

The 19-year-old followed up his 185 against Farsley on May 21 with an impressive 221 last Saturday as the Bradford & Bingley second team compiled a mammoth total of 444 on their way to a 372-run win over Great Preston.

In the space of seven days, the Newcastle University student scored 406 runs to take his season’s tally in Second Teams Division One to 501.

The son of Bradford & Bingley chairman Adam Swallow now has an impressive average of 125.5, but that currently only places him second in the divisional averages to Townville’s Kieran Samuels, who has an average of 188.67.

During his two special innings, Swallow has scored at an impressive rate. His 185 came off 127 balls but that was made to look pedestrian as he hammered 221 from just 96 balls against Great Preston.

Both innings were littered with boundaries. He hit 14 sixes and 15 fours in his 185 and followed up with 10 sixes and 34 fours when making 221.

That is a total of 24 sixes and 49 fours and adds up to an impressive 340 runs in boundaries.