England made small work off putting Ireland away on Saturday when they beat them 57-15.
England scored eight tries through Joe Cokanasiga (2), Elliot Daly, Manu Tuilagi, Maro Itoje, George Kruis, Tom Curry and Luke Cowan-Dickie.
They dominated the second half finding holes in the Irish defence almost every time they touch the ball.
Ireland manage to get two tries through Jordan Larmour and Bundee Aki but were really poor on the day which will leave their coach very disappointed.
Ireland were first to score in the game after Farrell got a penalty over but England responded almost immediately with a try from Cokanasiga.
The lead changed hands twice more going into the half-hour with first Iain Henderson’s breakdown work allowed Byrne to slot a penalty.
But then numbers were created by England in the 22 and Curry timed his pass well to Daly for a score on the right to make it 15-10.
England went over again in the last 10 minutes of the game taking a good lead at the break.
England just ran away with the test match in the second half to end their warm-up matches at home on a good note before going to Japan.
Tries: Cokanasiga 2, Daly, Tuilagi, Itoje, Kruis, Curry, Cowan-Dickie
Cons: Farrell 6, Ford
Yellow Card: Kruis
Tries: Larmour, Aki
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