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Results
Scorecard Netherlands v USA, 26 November.
Scorecard Bangladesh v Ireland, 26 November.
Scorecard Netherlands v Ireland, 24 November.
Scorecard Netherlands v Pakistan, 22 November.
Final
  • West Indies beat Pakistan by 130 runs.
    Mirpur, 26 November.
    West Indies 250-5 (50 overs, D Dottin 95, J Nero 63)
    Pakistan 120 (37.3 overs, Qanita Jalil 53, A Mohammed 7-14)
3rd-4th Place Play-off
  • Sri Lanka beat South Africa by 3 wickets.
    Fatullah, 26 November.
    South Africa 192 (50 overs, S Fritz 68, S Dolawatte 3-23)
    Sri Lanka 193-7 (49.4 overs, C Jayangani 60, Y Mendis 47)
Semi-finals
  • Pakistan beat South Africa by 3 wickets.
    Mirpur, 24 November.
    South Africa 180-9 (50 overs, M du Preez 41, Asmavia Iqbal 3-15)
    Pakistan 181-7 (47.5 overs, Javeria Khan 47)
  • West Indies beat Sri Lanka by 58 runs.
    Fatullah, 24 November.
    West Indies 235-5 (50 overs, D Dottin 73, S Taylor 58, M Aguillera 52*)
    Sri Lanka 177-7 (50 overs, A Jayangani 56, S de Alwis 39*, A Mohammed 3-29)
5th-6th Place Play-off
  • Bangladesh beat Ireland by 82 runs.
    BKSP 2, 26 November.
    Bangladesh 210-7 (50 overs, Suktara Rahaman 53, Sharmin Akhter 52, Rumana Ahmed 36*, J Whelan 3-31)
    Ireland 128 (45.4 overs, C Joyce 42, Salma Khutan 3-34)
7th-8th Place Play-off
  • Netherlands beat USA by 126 runs.
    BKSP 3, 26 November.
    Netherlands 293-7 (50 overs, K Tomlinson 73, H Rambaldo 53, M Veringmeier 48, D Hannema 39)
    USA 167-8 (50 overs, K Tomlinson 4-42)
5th-8th Place Semi-finals
  • Ireland beat Netherlands by 4 wickets.
    BKSP 3, 24 November.
    Netherlands 139-9 (50 overs)
    Ireland 140-6 (32.3 overs, L Bennett 3-20)
  • Bangladesh beat USA by 9 wickets.
    BKSP 2, 24 November.
    USA 78 (47.3 overs, Khadiza Tul Kubra 4-20)
    Bangladesh 79-1 (18.5 overs)
Qualifying Play-offs
  • Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by 6 wickets.
    Shere Bangla, Mirpur, 22 November.
    Bangladesh 100 (47 overs)
    Sri Lanka 101-4 (26.3 overs)
  • Pakistan beat Netherlands by 193 runs.
    Fatullah, 22 November.
    Pakistan 277-4 (50 overs, Javeria Khan 67, Bismah Maroof 66*, Nida Dar 57, Sana Mir 49)
    Netherlands 84 (37.0 overs, Bismah Maroof 3-13, Nida Dar 3-15)
9th-10th Play-off
  • Japan beat Zimbabwe by 6 runs.
    BKSP 2, 22 November.
    Japan 152 (E Kuribiyashi 47, M Yamamoto 38, 49.5 overs).
    Zimbabwe 146-8 (50 overs)
Group A
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
South Africa                4    4    0    0    0    8    3.18
Sri Lanka                   4    3    0    0    1    6    1.61
Netherlands                 4    2    0    0    2    4   -0.26
USA                         4    1    0    0    3    2   -2.96
Zimbabwe                    4    0    0    0    4    0   -2.02
Scorecard Netherlands v South Africa, 18 November.
Scorecard Netherlands v USA, 17 November.
Scorecard Netherlands v Sri Lanka, 15 November.
Scorecard Netherlands v Zimbabwe, 14 November.
  • Group A
    Sri Lanka (2) beat USA (0) by 8 wickets.
    BKSP 2, 20 November.
    USA 53 (49.4 overs, H Siriwardene 3-9)
    Sri Lanka 54-2 (18.5 overs)
  • Group A
    South Africa (2) beat Zimbabwe (0) by 10 wickets.
    Fatullah, 20 November.
    Zimbabwe 103-8 (50.0 overs, S Loubser 5-9)
    South Africa 106-0 (12.0 overs, S Fritz 69)
  • Group A
    South Africa (2) beat Netherlands (0) by 233 runs.
    BKSP 2, 18 November.
    South Africa 269-5 (50.0 overs, M du Preez 65, C Brits 63, T Chetty 42, E de Lange 3-45)
    Netherlands 36 (16.3 overs, S Ismail 6-10, M Daniels 4-25)
  • Group A
    USA (2) beat Zimbabwe (0) by 1 run.
    Shere Bangla, Mirpur, 18 November.
    USA 188-8 (50.0 overs, S Bhaskar 72)
    Zimbabwe 187 (48.5 overs, T Marshall 3-34)
  • Group A
    Sri Lanka (2) beat Zimbabwe (0) by 7 wickets.
    BKSP 3, 17 November.
    Zimbabwe 62 (41.4 overs, C Seneviratna 5-15, S Ravikumar 3-17)
    Sri Lanka 64-3 (10.5 overs, Y Mendis 35, H Saili 3-19)
  • Group A
    Netherlands (2) beat USA (0) by 225 runs.
    Fatullah, 17 November.
    Netherlands 329-5 (50.0 overs, M Veringmeier 99, K Tomlinson 80, E Lanser 51, H Rambaldo 41)
    USA 104 (49.5 overs, E de Lange 3-8, E Lanser 3-11, K Tomlinson 3-21)
  • Group A
    Sri Lanka (2) beat Netherlands (0) by 7 wickets.
    Shere Bangla, Mirpur, 15 November.
    Netherlands 61 (41.3 overs)
    Sri Lanka 62-3 (14.2 overs)
  • Group A
    South Africa (2) beat USA (0) by 198 runs.
    BKSP 3, 15 November.
    South Africa 343-5 (50.0 overs, T Chetty 95, S Fritz 93, C Brits 43, M du Preez 40)
    USA 145-9 (50.0 overs, D van Niekerk 3-29)
  • Group A
    Netherlands (2) beat Zimbabwe (0) by 6 wickets.
    BKSP 2, 14 November.
    Zimbabwe 145 (49.5 overs, E Lanser 3-17)
    Netherlands 148-4 (25.3 overs, M Veringmeier 47, K Tomlinson 46*)
  • Group A
    South Africa (2) beat Sri Lanka (0) by 6 runs.
    Fatullah, 14 November.
    South Africa 114 (37.0 overs, S Fritz 61, S de Alwis 4-21, S Ravikumar 4-23)
    Sri Lanka 108 (48.2 overs, S Loubser 5-27)
Group B
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
West Indies                 4    4    0    0    0    8    2.62
Pakistan                    4    3    0    0    1    6    1.78
Bangladesh                  4    2    0    0    2    4    0.46
Ireland                     4    1    0    0    3    2   -0.60
Japan                       4    0    0    0    4    0   -4.77
Scorecard Bangladesh v Ireland, 18 November.
Scorecard Ireland v Japan, 17 November.
Scorecard Ireland v Pakistan, 15 November.
Scorecard West Indies v Ireland, 14 November.
  • Group B
    Bangladesh (0) lost to West Indies (2) by 80 runs.
    Shere Bangla, Mirpur, 20 November.
    West Indies 217-8 (50.0 overs, S Taylor 62, S Doley 61)
    Bangladesh 137 (47.4 overs, S Quintyne 3-20)
  • Group B
    Pakistan (2) beat Japan (0) by 246 runs.
    BKSP 3, 20 November.
    Pakistan 272-9 (50.0 overs, Nida Dar 124, Asmavia Igbal 39, Bismah Maroof 35, E Kuribayashi 3-31)
    Japan 26 (28.0 overs, Sadia Yousuf 6-2)
  • Group B
    Bangladesh (2) beat Ireland (0) by 95 runs.
    BKSP 3, 18 November.
    Bangladesh 209-7 (50.0 overs, Salma Khatun 73, Suktara Rahaman 47, C Joyce 44-)
    Ireland 114 (36.5 overs, Khadiza Tul Kubra 6-32)
  • Group B
    West Indies beat Japan (0) by 10 wickets.
    Fatullah, 18 November.
    Japan 71 (38.2 overs, S Taylor 5-13, A Mohammed 3-13)
    West Indies 72-0 (16.3 overs)
  • Group B
    Ireland (2) beat Japan (0) by 255 runs.
    Shere Bangla, Mirpur, 17 November.
    Ireland 311-9 (50.0 overs, C Joyce 64, E Richardson 57, J Whelan 49, I Joyce 35, M Yamamoto 3-65)
    Japan 56 (23.3 overs, E Richardson 5-4)
  • Group B
    West Indies (2) beat Pakistan (0) by 8 wickets.
    BKSP 2, 17 November.
    Pakistan 140 (49.2 overs, Nain Abidi 53, Sana ir 49, A Mohammed 5-26)
    West Indies 142-2 (33.5 overs, S Taylor 66*, D Dottin 60*)
  • Group B
    Bangladesh (2) beat Japan (0) by 10 wickets.
    BKSP 2, 15 November.
    Japan 38 (28.3 overs, Salma Khatun 5-5, Suktara Rahaman 5-9)
    Bangladesh 39-0 (4.4 overs)
  • Group B
    Pakistan (2) beat Ireland (0) by 8 wickets.
    Fatullah, 15 November.
    Ireland 140 (44.3 overs, J Whelan 35, Sadia Yousuf 4-19, Bismah Maroof 3-22)
    Pakistan 141-2 (32.2 overs, Javeria Khan 41*)
  • Group B
    Bangladesh (0) lost to Pakistan (2) by 73 runs.
    Shere Bangla, Mirpur, 14 November.
    Pakistan 197 (50.0 overs, Bismah Maroof 79, Khadiza Tul Kubra 4-41)
    Bangladesh 124 (42.2 overs, Nida Dar 4-29)
  • Group B
    West Indies (2) beat Ireland (0) by 213 runs.
    BKSP 3, 14 November.
    West Indies 276-4 (50.0 overs, S Taylor 107, J Nero 100)
    Ireland 63 (30.1 overs, P Etienne 3-16)
Reports
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.
Bangladesh end Ireland's World Cup hopes
Defeat by the hosts relegates Ireland to fourth place in their group and and thus leaves their continued ODI status hanging in the balance.
Orange Lionesses face the biggest week of their lives
Finishing third in Group A means that the Dutch will be playing for a World Cup place on Tuesday, but who their opponents will be is not yet settled.
Richardson stars with bat and ball to steer Ireland to victory
Eimear Richardson helped Ireland to its first victory of the tournament, hitting a half-century and claiming five wickets in a 255-run victory over Japan.
Netherlands bounces back to beat USA
Miranda Veringmeier makes 99 as the Dutch women put their defeat by Sri Lanka behind them as they crushed the USA by 225 runs.
Third day wins for West Indies and Sri Lanka
Mohammed, Taylor and Dottin lead West Indies to victory over Pakistan; Sri Lanka record a second victory.
Second defeat for Ireland
A second successive disappointment for Ireland as they lost by eight wickets to Pakistan.
Dutch batting fails against Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka bounced back from yesterday's defeat to South Africa by beating The Netherlands by seven wickets.
Bangladesh thrashes Japan; South Africa wins again
The second day of the tournament also saw victories for Bangladesh and South Africa, over Japan and USA respectively.
Taylor and Nero score centuries as West Indies trounce Ireland
Stafanie Taylor and team-mate Juliana Nero both score centuries as their opening partnership of 204 leads West Indies to a 213 run win against Ireland.
Dutch defeat Zimbabwe by six wickets
The Netherlands made a convincing start to the tournament with a straightforward six wickets victory over Zimbabwe.
Wins for Pakistan and South Africa on opening day
Pakistan start with a win overs hosts Bangladesh while South Africa win a low-scoring contest against Sri Lanka.
Zimbabwe first up as the Orange Lionesses make history
The Netherlands will meet Zimbabwe for the first time as the Women's World Cup qualifier gets under way in Dhaka on Monday.
Sammy, de Villiers, Porterfield and Misbah wish women's teams well for ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier 2011
The ten-team event begins in Dhaka on Monday when Ireland meet West Indies in their opening fixture.
Ireland captain Isobel Joyce sums up her squad
A closer look at the Ireland women's team in Bangladesh.
Johnston and Bray hope to help guide Ireland's women's team to World Cup 2013
Jeremy Bray and Trent Johnston hoping to guide Ireland Women to the 2013 World Cup.
Ireland's women cricketers fly out to Bangladesh
Captain Isobel Joyce is confident that Ireland are well prepared for the World Cup Qualifiers.
Ireland women's squad depart for World Cup Qualifier
The Irish women's team receive a postive send off for at a press conference in Dublin.
Squads
Bangladesh flag Bangladesh
  • Salma Khatun (captain)
  • Most Sharmin Supta
  • Shathira Jesy
  • Suktara
  • Rumana Ahmed
  • Lata Mondol
  • Fargana Hoque Pinky
  • Ayesha Akter
  • Khadiza-Tul Kubra
  • Panna Ghosh
  • Sultana Boishakhi
  • Jahanara Alam
  • Sanjida Islam
  • Chamely Khatun
Ireland flag Ireland
  • Isobel Joyce (captain)
  • Laura Cullen
  • Laura Delany
  • Kim Garth
  • Cecelia Joyce
  • Shauna Kavanagh
  • Amy Kenealy
  • Louise McCarthy
  • Eimear Richardson
  • Melissa Scott Hayward
  • Clare Shillington
  • Elena Tice
  • Mary Waldron
  • Jill Whelan
Japan flag Japan
  • Ema Kuribayashi (captain)
  • Ayako Iwasaki
  • Miho Kanno
  • Fuyuki Kawai
  • Shizuka Kubota
  • Shizuka Miyaji
  • Ayako Nakayama
  • Kurumi Ota
  • Yuko Saito
  • Atsuko Suda
  • Mariko Yamamoto
  • Mai Yanagida
  • Kanae Yanagisawa
  • Yuka Yoshida
Netherlands flag Netherlands
  • Helmien Rambaldo (captain)
  • Caroline de Groot
  • Denise Hannema
  • Esther Lanser
  • Esther de Lange
  • Jolet Hartenhof
  • Kerryanne Tomlinson
  • Laura Brouwers
  • Leonie Bennett
  • Marijn Nijman
  • Maxime Entrop
  • Miranda Veringmeier
  • Hannah Hofman
  • Mariska Kornet
Pakistan flag Pakistan
  • Sana Mir (captain)
  • Javeria Wadood
  • Nain Abidi
  • Bismah Maroof
  • Batool Naqvi
  • Nida Rashid
  • Asmavia Khokhar
  • Qanita Jalil
  • Marina Iqbal
  • Masooma Farooqi
  • Sadia Yousaf
  • Rabiya Shah
  • Kainat Imtiaz
  • Bibi Nahida
South Africa flag South Africa
  • Cri-zelda Brits (captain)
  • Trisha Chetty
  • Dinesha Devarain
  • Mignon du Preez
  • Shandre Fritz
  • Shabnim Ismail
  • Marizanne Kapp
  • Masabata Klaas
  • Sunette Loubser
  • Kirstie Thomson
  • Chloe Tryon
  • Yolandi van der Westhuizen
  • Dane van Niekerk
  • Moseline Daniels
Sri Lanka flag Sri Lanka
  • Dilani Manodara (captain)
  • Shashikala Siriwardena
  • Chamari Polgampala
  • Suvini de Alwis
  • Udeshika Prabodani
  • Inoka Galagedara
  • Sadamali Dolawatta
  • Oshadi Ranasinghe
  • Eshani Lokusuriya
  • Chamari Athapaththu
  • Sharina Ravikumar
  • Prasadini Weerakoddy
  • Yashoda Mendis
  • Sripali Weerakoddy
USA flag USA
  • Doris Francis (captain)
  • Samantha Ramautar
  • Erica Rendler
  • Joan Serrano
  • Claudine Beckford
  • Shebani Bhaskar
  • Anahita Arora
  • Delkash Shahriarian
  • Akshatha Rao
  • Sara Farooq
  • Triholder Marshall
  • Nadia Gruny
  • Durga Das
  • Ritu Bhargava
West Indies flag West Indies
  • Merissa Aguilleira (captain)
  • Shaquana Quintyne
  • Kycia Knight
  • Shakera Selman
  • Deandra Dottin
  • Pearl Etienne
  • Juliana Nero
  • Stafanie Taylor
  • Shanel Daley
  • Anisa Mohammed
  • Stacy-Ann King
  • Britney Cooper
  • Shermaine Campbelle
  • Subrina Munroe
Zimbabwe flag Zimbabwe
  • Sharne Meyers (captain)
  • Julia Chibhabha
  • Precious Marange
  • Ashley Ndiraya
  • Sharyce Saili
  • Modester Mupachikwa
  • Pellagia Mujaji
  • Nonhlanhla Nyathi
  • Sinikiwe Mpofu
  • Thandolwenkosi Mlilo
  • Christabel Chatonzwa
  • Sarah Dambanevana
  • Audrey Mazvishaya
  • Loreen Tshuma