Tokyo — Wallabies veteran Adam Ashley-Cooper believes he still has the pace to hurt the opposition in his fourth Rugby World Cup, the versatile 35-year-old said before the tournament gets under way in Japan.

Ashley-Cooper, poised to become the only other Australian player besides George Gregan to play in four World Cups, has been used at outside centre in Super Rugby by the Waratahs and on the wing for the Wallabies...

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