SYDNEY (Online) - Cricket Australias chief executive James Sutherland believes the Pakistan spot-fixing scandal in Britain would not have happened if the Pakistan Cricket Board had implemented the recommendations of the Qayyum report into corruption in the 1990s. I would have big question marks about whether those things would have happened last year if those recommendations had been fully implemented, The Age quoted Sutherland, as saying. By comparison, he claims that Cricket Australia has implemented every recommendation made in a report prepared by Queens Counsel Rob ORegan. Every single recommendation in his report has been implemented and continues to be implemented today. From a Cricket Australia perspective, we do what we can, but one of my concerns is that everyone around the world needs to do that for the integrity of the contest to remain clean, Sutherland said. CA points to instances of Australian players reporting approaches from suspicious characters as evidence that its education and procedures are working. State and national players from under-17 level onwards are warned about the dangers of entrapment by people hanging around hotel lobbies and bars. Sutherland says CA has led the way for other sports in building rules against betting, match fixing and corruption into player and staff contracts, along with penalties ranging from unlimited fines to life bans.