MIRPUR (Agencies) - The West Indies emphatically qualified for the ICC Women's World Cup 2013 after recording their fourth consecutive ODI win by 80-run margin in the World Cup qualifier. Playing before a crowd of over 5,000 Bangladeshi fans that filled the stands Sunday night at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium (SBNCS), the West Indies recorded their win in Group B thanks to a third successive half-century from opener Stafanie Taylor, a solid all-round performance from Shanel Daley, who also made a half-century and a three-wicket haul from rookie teenaged bowler Shaquana Quintyne. In what was the table-toppers' final group game, Merissa Aguilleira's side knew that victory would ensure them a berth at the World Cup and set out to complete the task at hand. After losing Juliana Nero for six with the score 27 in the eighth over, Jamaicans Taylor and Daley put on a 84-run partnership in 21.4 overs for the second wicket which helped the West Indies on their way to making 217 for eight off 50 overs after Bangladesh won the toss. Taylor top-scored at 62 off 102 balls striking five boundaries, while Daley, who made 61, faced 105 deliveries and also hit five boundaries and with a six.