The 36-year old will resume his player/coach role at the Jubilee Ground in late April, once South Africa’s domestic season has ended.
Walters, who has taken 64 league wickets in two seasons at Alton, is currently playing for South West Districts in the CSA Provincial Championships and took four wickets in each of the last two matches against KZ Natal and Border.
“He’s not only a high quality opening bowler and gun fielder, but the work Bash does off the field with the junior section is exceptional and has a real positive talking point around the town with the coaching work the does in local schools,” commented Alton skipper Scott Myers.
Walters may well have a new ball opening partner when last season’s Division 1 winners host Bashley (Rydal) in the opening round of matches on Coronation Day, May 6.
PE teacher Tom Andrews, who played Minor Counties Championship for Berkshire ten years ago, has joined from Thames Valley League Binfield.
Also arriving on the Brewers scene is all-rounder Dan Sumner, who has left relegated Division 1 club Sparsholt.