Kick ball. The game with the ball being kicked over the net
because they might fall over when kicking the ball
Stay over the ball. Place your non-kicking foot next to the ball. Then drive your kicking foot straight to the ball. Make sure you do not hit the ball with your toes. Use your hips to direct the ball to where you want it to go. Now you try.
You are over stretching your muscles.
Point after try (PAT)
Yes. The ball is downed and turned over to the receiving team wherever the kicking team touches it.
If the kicking team touches the ball first, they cannot gain possession. Even if the receiving team picks up the ball and fumbles it, the kicking team cannot legally recover it. The ball is dead and possessed by the receivers at the recovery point. That's right, because a punt first touched by the kicking team is always considered an illegal touch. When a kicking team downs the ball on an ordinary punt play, that's technically an illegal touch, but no penalty is assessed -- the ball simply goes over to the receiving team at that point. In the scenario presented in the question, the only difference is that the kicking team failed to down the ball on their first touch. No matter what happens after that point, they are ineligible to recover the ball.
On a punt, if the kicking team is the first to touch the ball, it's called an "illegal touch" and the ball is instantly spotted wherever the ball was touched by the kicking team. The receiving team takes over possession from there on a first down.
a corner kick
In this situation, a corner kick is awarded to the opposing team.
Well, the team that is punting the ball may not pick the ball up and run for it because anybody can squib punt on a fourth down to there own teammate and take it and score. But, when a team is kicking off persay, the team ALWAYS kicks off form the same place every single time, this way the team that is kicking doesn't have an unfair advantage over the receiving team. The game is full of strategy
gain possession of the ball and place it down in the opposing teams in goals area to score a try . A try can then have a further scoring chance by kicking the ball over the goal cross ball of the opposing team