Bolt participates in a training session with the Central Coast Mariners.
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The Jamaican's hopes of winning a professional contract in the Australian top flight will be tested Friday when the Mariners play an amateur select side at their sleepy base in Gosford, north of Sydney.Once the entertainment makes way for the sport, Bolt can expect to face a set of willing opponents bent on making their own impression in front of a prime-time audience.Bolt had his first training with the A-league team a week ago and said he expected to feel "nerves" at the trial match.Bolt's open-ended trial with the Mariners has been dismissed as a publicity stunt by skeptics but there were few detractors in Ackerley's squad.
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