I've been invitied to capture the action at an amateur rugby league match in a few days. I never shoot sports and this is a favour for someone so I am not under any pressure to get great shots. Having said that, I would like to get the best I can. The trouble is, my gear is limited to the following: EOS 5D2 body 24-105 f4L 200mm f2.8L 300mm f4 L 1.4x extender Although I've never shot this stuff before I would have thought the 100-400 would have been the best lens to capture most of the action. I will probably be standing right on the touchline and will be able to move virtually anywhere I want. My 300mm will be great but when the action starts getting close I'll be stuffed. I don't have another DSLR body otherwise I could have left the 24-105 on that one for close up shots. No, I won't be hiring any gear. There are no camera hire shops available and, as it's a favour for someone, I won't be giving up anything except my time. Neither do I have a mate who will lend me another body. My own opinion is that I'll be in a right pickle. Should I just keep the 24-105 on and crop the shots taken at a distance? They'll probably only be for web and local newspaper use so the full 21MP images should be croppable with ease. Any advice appreciated.