At least that is more grammatically correct, apart from "me" for "my". The meaning is plain which is the main thing I suppose?
I think our issue stems from your misunderstanding of my informal or colloquial language. Sincere apologies.
I should really have hyphenated it to head-the-ball, or maybe capitalised it if we really are prioritising clarity of meaning over grammatical correctness.
I believe it’s called zero derivation, in which a verb is normalised into a noun. Common in informal speech and slang, often idiomatic as it is in this case.