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And Wallace, 34, who has started every game in this year’s Six Nations, has admitted improvement needs to be made with huge games against Wales and England still to come.
“It’s a bit like Groundhog Day. You’re working very hard on and off the ball in defence and getting into good positions, scoring tries, you’re doing the hard work in games,” Wallace told the Irish Times.
“They might have got six points and you might have got seven and you’ve obviously worked, or seem to have worked, harder for them. It is frustrating.
“Two wins out of three, looking at results, you’d say it’s good, but it would be remiss if we weren’t looking at the actual games. There was a lot to take from those three games and improve on ourselves.
“So being more accurate, more efficient, more aggressive and better body height going into the breakdown situations, getting on the man quicker, will hopefully cut out a lot of the penalties.
“The more 50-50 ones, if you’re more efficient there you won’t actually give away the penalty there because no one goes off their feet and that’s probably one area we’ll be focusing on.”