Bangladesh thrashed Thailand by 70 runs to win the International Cricket Council Women's T20 World Cup global qualifier in Scotland.
Sanjida Islam set a record score for Bangladesh in a women's twenty20 to guide her side to a comprehensive victory at Forfarshire Cricket Club in Dundee.
Bangladesh batted first and posted a tough target of 131 for victory.
Islam was the star of the show for her team as she finished unbeaten on 71, the highest score achieved by a Bangladeshi woman in a twenty20 international.
Bangladesh finished on 130-7, leaving Thailand with a target they never looked like reaching.
Sanjida Islam has broken the record for the highest score by a Bangladeshi in women's T20Is!— T20 World Cup (@T20WorldCup) September 7, 2019
She finishes 71 not out, and Bangladesh have racked up 130/5 in the #T20WorldCup Qualifier Final.
Can Thailand chase this down?
Watch the chase 👀https://t.co/6H0rHCLK51 pic.twitter.com/D6M5PtMFA3
Thailand struggled throughout and were restricted to 60-7 from their 20 overs.
Shaila Sharim was the pick of the bowlers as she took 2-9, while Nahida Akter returned figures of 2-17.
Both teams qualified for next year's World Cup in Australia by reaching the final of the tournament.
Ireland ended the competition in third following an eight-wicket win over Papua New Guinea.