The eight-time Olympic gold medal victor and current record holder for the 100 metres is aiming to secure a contract with the Australian side after joining them on trial at the start of August.
Bolt, the 100 metres world record holder and eight-time Olympic gold medal victor, joined Central Coast on trial in August in a bid to win a contract.
His second came in slightly more fortuitous circumstances as a defensive mixup between keeper and defender saw the ball fall to Bolt, who rolled the ball home into an empty net.
"My first proper start and to score two goals is a good feeling". I've tried to prove myself, I've tried to get better. "I'm keen to be a Mariner, to play my best and get into the team".
The goal was marked in a style only he could muster - by striking the famous "lightning bolt" pose usually reserved for track victories.
If the keeper was disappointed to let in Bolt's first strike, the second goal was embarrassing for him and his centre-back.
However, it should not be forgotten that the opposition in this match was not the same standard as Bolt will face should he secure a contract to play in the A-League.
He struggled to find his touch in the first half, but marginally improved in the second.
Bolt is a Manchester United fan, and while things are not going well for the Premier League club now, they aren't quite bad enough to justify handing him a contract, or even a trial.
With the Mariners' league season beginning a week on Sunday against Brisbane Roar, it remains to be seen if Bolt will be offered a permanent deal ahead of the competitive fixtures beginning.
Judging by his previous appearances in Soccer Aid, as well as Borussia Dortmund training, we're guessing that Bolt would be given a Bronze, 62-rated ST card respectively.