Stewart Walters spent four years with Glamorgan during the early 2010s having previously played county cricket for Surrey between 2005 and 2010, during which time he also had a spell as captain of the South London club.
Born in Victoria and raised in Western Australia, the right-handed batsman played some valuable innings for Glamorgan in both four-day and one-day games, including a match-winning 147 against Kent at Canterbury in 2011, as well as a 19-ball fifty against Lancashire in their List A game at Colwyn Bay earlier that season.
2012 saw Stewart finish the first-class season with 813 runs to his name at an average of 38, and besides being the Club’s leading run-scorer, he also posted a fine 159 against Essex at Colchester. Stewart subsequently lost his place in the Championship side during 2014, but remained an ever-present in the Club’s T20 team and effected several run-outs as the Welsh county secured a place in the quarter-finals of the competition.
He was released from the staff at the end of 2014 and returned to Australia where he continued to play and coach in grade cricket.
WALTERS, Stewart Jonathan
Born – Mornington, Victoria, 25th June 1983.
Best performances for Glamorgan:
In First-class cricket – 159 v Essex at Castle Park, Colchester, 2012.
In List A cricket – 79 v Gloucestershire at Bristol, 2011.
In T20 cricket – 40* v Worcestershire at New Road, 2012.