I liked the play that set up the try, the scissors move by the backs. Murray had some space to work with, and chose the kick into the in-goal. Brilliant move. He might not have made it to the goal line himself.
A few of those Irish kicks went too far downfield. I would say that when the plan to combat that requires the fullback or wing to run straight at the opposition to set up another ruck, yes, that isn't such a good plan. Perhaps running laterally across the pitch and linking up with passes to team mates might be a good plan, and entertaining to watch!
When Ireland had chance to score a try they did. England put pressure on late and didn't do it. Credit the Irish backs who pulled off the scissors move leading to the kick into the corner for the score.