10 Dec, 12:23
Ireland's John Lacey will referee his first ever RBS 6 Nations match in February, while Alain Rolland is also included in the Elite Panel in what is his last season.
Wallace is already looking forward to Scotland's visit to Lansdowne Road on March 11. He said: "My run in the team has done a lot for me. Your confidence can dip if you don't get a regular run in the side. But it's great to get some consistency - this season is going well for me.
"I scored a try last time I played Scotland. It was a great day. I came in from the blue after watching Ireland's previous games from home. I got my chance when Keith Gleeson was injured and it was brilliant to be part of that Triple Crown side. It would be great to do that again.
"Scotland played a really aggressive, in your face defence against England and deserved to win. It will be a tough match in two weeks' time."
Ireland captain Brian O'Driscoll congratulates David Wallace on his try.
Welsh full-back Lee Byrne stops Ireland hooker Jerry Flannery just short of the line. Flannery was gunning for his second try in three 6 Nations outings.
Injured lock Paul O'Connell watches proceedings from the West Stand at Lansdowne Road. O'Connell was forced to sit out the Welsh Test due to damage to the A/C (acromio-clavicular) joint in his left shoulder.
Donncha O'Callaghan, who started in place of his Munster colleague Paul O'Connell, claims a lineout throw.
Marcus Horan takes on Welsh loosehead prop Duncan Jones.
**All photos by Andrew Paton, Billy Stickland and Morgan Treacy of Inpho Photography**