Usain Bolt and Ross McCormack form goalscoring partnership
The world's fastest man scored twice, while McCormack also netted for Mariners.
Usain Bolt has scored his first career goals as a footballer after forming an unlikely strike partnership with ex-Scotland attacker Ross McCormack.
The world's fastest man is keen to switch his running shoes for football boots and is currently on an extended trial with Central Coast Mariners.
On Friday, Bolt took to the field for a crunch trial match against Macarthur South West United, a match described as "very important" in his bid to earn a contract with the Australian side.
Leading the line alongside McCormack, who has recently joined Mariners, the 32-year-old impressed by striking twice in the second half.
Former Rangers attacker McCormack opened the scoring with a neat header.
After the break, it was Bolt who found the net. The Jamaica used his searing pace to burst through on goal and drill home a low shot to make it three, before rounding off the scoring by tapping in after some calamitous defending.
McCormack, who is on loan Down Under from Aston Villa, says sprint king Bolt's progress on the pitch has been remarkable since their first training session together.
"From my first day, the transformation is huge," he said.
"The best thing about Usain Bolt is he's so humble. He's fitted in well with the lads."