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Eddie Jones still hungry for more after May’s day for England against France

Having a ball: May celebrates yesterday PICTURE: GETTY

ENGLAND head coach Eddie Jones turned his sights on Wales after yesterday’s crushing win over France made it two wins from two Six Nations games.

England backed up their superb victory in Ireland with a 44-8 defeat of Les Bleus at Twickenham. Jonny May scored a first-half hat-trick and there were tries for Henry Slade and Owen Farrell, plus a penalty try.

Jones was pleased with the result but sees room to improve and felt his team ‘left 15 to 20 points on the field’ and despite a 30-8 interval lead claimed: ‘We weren’t very happy at half time.’

Of his flying wing, Jones said: ‘Jonny May’s like when you go to the park and you see someone with a tennis ball and they throw it, the dog runs 100mph and chases it and brings it back. He does that pretty well.’

Looking to the February 23 trip to Cardiff, he said: ‘We’re playing the greatest Welsh side ever; we’re going to have to be at our absolute best. Should be fun.’