Olympic champion Usain Bolt has scored a double, including a thunder-bolt, to boost his chances of winning a permanent deal with Central Coast Mariners.
The Jamaican scored the Mariners' third and fourth goals in the 56th and 68th minutes of Friday's clash against Macarthur South West United.
"It was my first proper game and I'm just happy I got a chance," Bolt said.
"My first proper start and to score two goals is a good feeling."
Bolt was replaced after 75 minutes, with Central Coast leading 4-0.
His first strike came from a powerful left-footed finish, with his second goal coming from a defensive error, allowing him a simple tap-in.