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A drop goal is when a player receives the ball, drops it to the ground and kicks it off the bounce through the posts in front of them. If a player misses kicking the ball after it bounces, it would be called as a knock-on.

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a try is when the ball is touched over the try line.

a goal is when the ball is kicked between the post from the ground.

a drop goal is when the ball is dropped from the hands and kicked through the post .. the ball must touch the floor ...

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There is no field goal (this is an american football term) the Terms is - Penalty Goal where a player kicks the ball over the crossbar of the defending team - There is also a Try Conversion which can only happen following a team scoring a try - The scoring team then can attempt to kick the ball over the defending goal post

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