|Women's World Cup Qualifier: Bangladesh 2011|
Tomlinson double sees Dutch to seventh place ( )
A hat-trick by Kerryanne Tomlinson, following her innings of 73 in a Dutch total of 293 for seven, helped see the Orange Lionesses to seventh place with a 126-run victory over the USA.
Bangladesh take fifth place ahead of Ireland ( )
Bangladesh defeated Ireland to enter the Women's ODI rankings at number nine, with Ireland dropping to tenth place.
West Indies take the title in emphatic style ( )
West Indies defeated Pakistan by 130 runs to win the tournament while Sri Lanka took third place with victory over South Africa.
Ireland and Bangladesh secure ODI status ( )
Hosts Bangladesh beat USA to gain ODI status for the first time while Ireland defeats Netherlands to retain its ODI status.
Pakistan will take on West Indies in the Final ( )
Pakistan and West Indies defeated South Africa and Sri Lanka, respectively, to qualify for Saturday's tournament final.
Dutch hopes dashed by Pakistan ( )
The Netherlands lost heavily to Pakistan in their World Cup qualification play-off; either Ireland or The Netherlands will lose their ODI status when they meet on Thursday.
Sri Lanka and Pakistan qualify for World Cup ( )
Pakistan and Sri Lanka won their playoffs to earn their World Cup spots; Zimbabwe finished last after their defeat at the hands of Japan.
West Indies and South Africa qualify for Women’s World Cup ( )
West Indies and South Africa won their final group matches of the qualifying tournament to ensure their qualification for next year's World Cup.
About the Women's World Cup Qualifier
The ICC Women's World Cup has taken place every four years since 1973. The most recent tournament took place in 2009 in Sydney, Australia and the top four finishing teams from that event qualified automatically for the 2013 event. The teams already qualified are current champions England, along with Australia, New Zealand and India.
The remaining four places in the 2013 World Cup will be determined by this qualifying tournament. Ten teams will play the event, with the sides being split into two groups according to their global rankings.
Pakistan and West Indies qualified by virtue of finishing fifth and sixth in the 2009 World Cup. South Africa and Zimbabwe (Africa), Ireland and Netherlands (Europe), USA (Americas) and Japan (East Asia Pacific), qualified through a series of regional tournaments. Sri Lanka and Bangladesh were recommended by the Asian Cricket Council (ACC).
This tournament also provides an opportunity for two teams to participate in the ICC WomenÕs World Twenty20 2012 in Sri Lanka. Australia, New Zealand, West Indies, India, England and host Sri Lanka are already qualified for the event. The top two placed teams in the World Cup Qualifier, apart from West Indies and Sri Lanka, will join the above six already qualified nations.