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Not Ringed Plover; even first-summer immatures have a stronger blackish collar by now.
They look like fairly fresh juveniles, so I'd go for something reasonably locally-bred (3 months old southern hemisphere, rather than a 9 months old northern hemisphere migrant), most likely Double-banded Plover Charadrius bicinctus.