Australian Craig Williams was back with a winner on his first day after suspension, landing Alex Wong Yu-on-trained Easy Punch with a last-stride victory in the third. Williams had won on Easy Punch in Class Five in September and thanked owner Choy Ching-moon for sticking with him after he had been banned for six meetings for failing to reveal a shoulder injury last month. 'When I got suspended, the owner said that because I'd won on Easy Punch, he would keep the horse for me. He and Alex were great to do that so I'm happy I was able to repay that faith,' Williams said. 'He only just won today but it just shows there's a big difference between Class Five and Class Four. Still he's done a good job to make that step up.' Winning doubles for trainer Gary Ng Ting-keung and jockeys Anthony Delpech and Olivier Doleuze provided highlights at Sha Tin yesterday, with Ng in the unusual position of providing both the 1,000-metre winners. Delpech was aboard Bacchus, who won for the second time up the straight course, whole Doleuze was on top as the smart three-year-old Bulb King scored for Ng in the eighth. 'It's funny because I have always watched this horse and liked him from afar since he began to race,' Doleuze said of Bulb King. 'When Gary asked me to ride him, I was really happy. The race took on a slightly different look after Golden Farm was scratched at the gates - I had felt he would be my leader - but Keen Flyer took the front and so I followed him. 'Bulb King is only three, he can still be a little green but experience will fix that.' Doleuze was also the pilot as promising Green Treasure was able to put right his poor luck of recent weeks. An impressive victor three starts back over the Sha Tin 1,600-metre course, Green Treasure then suffered a heart irregularity next time and was sandwiched badly in the straight last start behind Oscar Star. 'But I was riding him in the mornings and knew he had not lost any confidence or strength,' said trainer Derek Cruz. 'He's felt good in his work and won like a good thing today but I'd like to step him up in distance a bit now. I think he's ready for 1,800 metres. 'He'll relax and kick very strongly at the longer trip.' Champion jockey Douglas Whyte has remained convinced that John Size-trained Gold Striker will make a nice horse 'when the penny finally drops' and the first coin tumbled yesterday. 'That was the first time he's really travelled even though he was coming back to 1,400 metres. Last time he was always off the bit,' said Whyte after the gelding scored his maiden win. 'He is looking for further, no doubt, but he has the makings of a pretty decent horse as he warms to what he is doing.'