This is a worksheet to practice DO PLAY or GO for sports. It also has practice of relative pronouns (WHO/WHOSE/WHICH/WHERE) which are also used within the context of sport.
The worksheet first gives explanations of the rules (both for do/play/go and for who/whose/which/where).
In the first exercise students look at the pictures of the sports and the name of the sportsperson and they must write a sentence. E.g. Jack plays tennis, or Peter goes running. So there is a little grammar knowledge required too by your students. They must also know what the sports are as they are not named on the sheet.
The next exercise is fill in the blanks with the correct relative pronoun. Quite an easy exercise, though the students struggle a little with WHO vs. WHOSE.
Lastly is a matching for relative pronouns and sport. The students must match up to make a complete sentence. An example sentence is: Ronaldo is a player who plays football for Real Madrid.
I have used this worksheet with grade 11 ESL students (upper-secondary). They like the sheet as it's personalised to their names and sometimes their interests. The students found the third activity (the matching) a little challenging, but with a little help to start them off, they could do it.