Look no further than John Size's recent acquisition Star Of Shantou when searching for banker material in the middle pin of the Triple Trio at Saturday's Sha Tin meeting. The gelding had already displayed potential from a handful of starts for his former handler but the move to the leading trainer looks highly positive. He caught the eye in an all-weather trial on May 25 indicating that the Aussie master hasn't taken very long to work his magic. Star Of Shantou has drawn ideally in gate one and should prove very hard to beat. Record breaking jockey Douglas Whyte has stuck with The Only One following a decent effort for third behind Sand Dance on May 22, which is a positive sign. This fellow has held his form very well and can hit the frame again. There was vast improvement from Telecom Superboss in his second-place effort over 1,400 metres last month on just his third career start. With a chance of further progress, he is one to keep safe. Fortune Builder ran well in defeat last time out and is one to consider as is Tsunami, who has proved disappointing on occasions but appears capable of filling a place. Glorious Rhythm looks the ideal banker in the opening leg after an excellent effort on Wednesday when charging home for fourth behind Fantastico over the unsuitable minimum trip. He will relish the step up to 1,400 metres and looks to have solid claims. Joywin Combination should be fitter for a decent debut effort on May 22. He has shown promise in his work and trials and looks to have ability. King Of The Turf was running on well in the concluding stages of his latest outing, over 1,650 metres at Happy Valley on May 19, a good enough performance to suggest he can figure in the finish. A Better Dragon strikes stronger opposition here but he has finally broken through and is one to include. King Of Field deserves respect if able to produce his better form. The final leg is held over the dirt mile and the manner in which Wiki Wiki won on the surface last month suggests he can be banked with confidence. He clocked a good time of 1:09.7 for the 1,200 metres and, with a light weight of 114 pounds, should prove highly competitive. Split Seconds is another with sound form over the course and distance and must be considered also. Super Wongchoy has never missed the frame in two attempts over the dirt mile and can't be ruled out here, while Pretty Trio is on the upgrade and has place claims. Ahead A Head led from start to finish over 1,800 metres on the dirt last weekend and is capable of a bold showing again providing he is not pressured to much in front. In the third event, Andy Leung Ting-wah's all-weather specialist Doucai has plenty of banker appeal, having missed the frame just once from four starts. He will be hard to beat from a handy alley. Golden Dragon and Noble Victory finished ahead of Doucai the last time they met over the course and distance and neither can be discounted this time. Keen Flyer may be hard to run down in front while New Milestone merits contention with the drop back in trip.