The successful partnership of Shane Dye and John Size are the team to follow in the final leg of the TT at Sha Tin on Sunday, where last-start winner Star Of Shantou is a confident selection for banker. The ease of his win on his seasonal reappearance cannot be undermined. The steady sectionals, in theory, made it difficult for him to win from a rearward position, yet he swamped the leaders with an impressive last-to-first sprint. The step up to 1,600 metres is a bonus and there is every chance he is open to further improvement in terms of physical fitness. The trial win of Noble Wind earlier this month was highly encouraging. He is still a maiden but his work in general has been excellent and his preparation suggests he is ready to perform. Solar is yet to win but on occasions has shown glimpses of potential; his recent all-weather trial was good enough to add him to the short list. Elite Win is well handicapped on his better form and, with Douglas Whyte on board, is worth keeping safe. Fuji Sunrise will appreciate the step up in distance and is capable of hitting the frame. Whyte looks to have the best option for banker in the opening leg with Southern Light, who narrowly failed to score on his return this season. He finished third to HK Island Victory over the minimum trip at Happy Valley last Wednesday but has won down the straight at Sha Tin. Fashion Jewellery put in a decent performance when fourth to Bulb King over the course-and-distance last week and there should be more improvement to come. He is more settled now and must be kept safe. Gold Master finished third in the same event but there is arguably less scope for improvement. Add The Fun won on his debut over 1,000 metres last season and, with the blinkers applied for the first time, he too must be kept safe. Former griffin Diamitz promotes some interest as she started favourite on her only start but was well beaten on that occasion. The Rory's Jester filly obviously has some potential and cannot be easily dismissed. The middle-pin is arguably the toughest leg but Sprinter looks as good an option for banker as any others, particularly given a sound effort last weekend when fourth to Seasons Treasure over 1,600 metres. He will benefit with the extra furlong this time and should be sharper for the run. Country Boy is a three-time winner over 1,800 metres and the drop in grade brings him right in to the equation. Green In Blue ran well first-up last season and must be considered a place chance, along with stablemate Out Of My Way who moved quite well in a recent Happy Valley trial. Dr Well will relish the step up in trip and is another capable of vast improvement. The third event is an open contest but Taiji Spirit looks a decent chance to win again even though he takes a rise in grade. He returns to the same course-and-distance and is well weighted against some moderate opposition. Hip Hip Hooray can improve with the blinkers applied, while Win For All impressed in a recent trial and should be kept safe. Lucky Dragon was heavily supported on debut last term and his work has been good enough to warrant respect one more time.