THE Wee County's Submission Factory continued a great month of competing with three local fighters participating at Scotland's biggest and longest running Mixed Martial Arts event.

Iwona Dylenska, Shaun Conway and Mason Scobbie all represented Submission Factory at On Top Promotions and took home two out of three victories by submission.

First to compete on the night, and the first female to represent the team, was 19-year-old Iwona who was fighting Ireland's Sadie Keary.

The first of three rounds in the amateur MMA was close with back and forth exchanges throughout; however, Iwona's fitness began to show in the final two rounds, both of which she won.

The three judges could not agree a winner with one scoring Iwona the winner and another deciding on a draw making the result a split draw.

Next to compete was Shaun, following up his debut winning fight two weeks earlier.

He accepted the fight against Poland's Damian Turcza at the last minute after his opponent had been injured and started the fight fast, dropping his opponent with a punch in the opening seconds and spend the remainder of the round on top of him looking to finish the fight.

Damian survived until the second round where Shaun eventually locked up a choke to secure the submission victory.

Last to compete from the team that evening was Mason Scobbie who was up against Lucas Davidson from Highland Martial Arts.

Mason managed to weather the storm in the first round where his opponent got close with some submission attempts; however, he was able to bounce back in the second round, securing a submission of his own and score the victory by tap out.