Despite being bottom of the Heineken Cup pool with no points, having conceded 81 points and leaked 12 tries, Llanelli Scarlets are refusing to throw the towel in.
'It's not over until the last game is played. We have got plenty of opportunity to score points and we will do that there is not doubt,' said Scarlets director of rugby Phil Davies.
'We are bottom of the group it is simple as that. We have got four games left and we will be trying to put points on the board.
'This group was always going to be tough but we have four games left which are going to be cup finals.
'We will hope to get the show back on the road. We will take it on the chin and move on.
'They played very effectively and they were good value for the win.
'They are not champions for no reason and they were very clinical. So no complaints from our side of things.
'The effort was there from us, but there is a bit more to us than that performance, so that was disappointing.'
Davies admitted it had been hard for the region this week following the death of Gravell.
'The players throughout the week have acted with dignity and done everything that has been asked of them,' added Davies.