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Your intonation is good, and the timing is good too.
A couple of things you need to look at. You are putting in an extra note (F#) at 00'31, 00'39, 00'54 and 01'01. It is throwing the rhythm out.
A good way for playing jigs and keeping a good flow / pulse, is to start the first note of the bar on a downbow (the lead-in note can be an upbow).
The pattern would be DUD-UDU | DUD-UDU | DUD-UDU ... try putting the emphasis on the 1st note of each group of 6 notes.
I think that would give you a better balanced sound.
You can practise this pattern on a simple phrase, or even on an open string.
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