China have qualified for the FIVB World Grand Prix finals after scoring a 3-1 win over the Dominican Republic in the Chow Tai Fook 2009 FIVB World Grand Prix qualifying series last night. Lead by the powerful outside hitter Ma Yunwen, who scored the team's highest individual score of 17 points, the mainlanders opened their account with a 3-1 (25-21, 21-25, 25-17, 25-20) victory at the Hong Kong Coliseum. With two matches left, China, who are currently third in the overall table with six wins from seven matches, have now secured a place in next week's finals in Tokyo. In the early match, the Netherlands, unbeaten in all their matches and second in the table, proved they meant business as they thrashed Poland 3-0 (25-17, 25-17, 25-13) for their seventh consecutive win. The top five teams from the qualifiers will join hosts Japan in the final. Despite the victory, China team coach Cai Bin was far from happy with the result after easily defeating the Latin Americans 3-0 in the Ningbo leg two weeks ago. 'We did not take our opponents seriously after beating them before,' said Cai. 'As a result, we suffered ups and downs throughout the match and our opponents did give us a lot of trouble.' China will meet Poland today, a team they have also beaten a couple of times before and the coach warned his charges of not committing similar mistakes. 'We'll probably face the same situation against the Poles so the players must be 100 per cent focused,' said Cai. Playing organised volleyball in what was a consistently good performance, the Dutch women registered an easy victory over Poland. 'I am very pleased with the way we played today with very little unforced errors,' said Holland coach Avital Selinger. 'Poland found it very difficult to score. We kept their opportunities to a minimum.'