Mexico qualified for the Women's Baseball World Cup Finals, despite a last day loss in Thunder Bay to the United States ©WBSC

Canada and Mexico have joined the United States in progressing from the Women's Baseball World Cup Group A to the Finals following the final day of action in Ontario.

Canada cruised past South Korea 10-0 to seal second place in the pool at the Port Arthur Stadium in Thunder Bay but, as hosts, their place in the Finals next year was already confirmed so next best side Mexico also gained qualification.

America beat Mexico 2-0 to ensure they finished the stage undefeated with five wins from five.

It was a defensive masterclass from the leaders as their pitchers reduced the opposition to just one hit throughout the entire match .

Alexandra Hugo scored the opener for the US in the first innings courtesy of a single to left field from Naomi Ryan.

The pair then combined once again in the third innings, this time with a Ryan double that sent Hugo to home plate to double the score.

Hugo was named most outstanding player of the tournament after the match as she hit 0.714 with 13 runs scored, nine runs batted in (RBIs), four doubles, and one hme run.

Canada closed out the Group A action with their comprehensive victory against bottom side South Korea who ended the event winless.

Julia Konigshofer hit a home run in her first official at bat for Canada before finishing the game with RBIs.

Australia claimed fourth place in a dead rubber fixture against Hong Kong after coming from behind to win 9-2.

Hong Kong burst into a two-run lead in the bottom of the third after How Ken Chan hit a single and Wing Hin Ng walked to put two runners on base.

Wing Hin Ng and Hoi Kei Chan then capitalised on two consecutive errors from the Australian defence to score.

The lead was flipped in the fifth innings when Australia scored a quick three runs before the remaining six came two periods later.

The Finals are due to take place next year in Thunder Bay, although exact dates are yet to be confirmed.