Purposeful raiding by their trio of Rahul Chaudhari (5 points), Iranian Meraj Sheykh (8) and Deepak Hudda (7) helped the Titans hold sway right through the game in which they took a 18-8 half-time lead.
The super raids were backed up by some excellent defending by 18-year-old Sandeep, who caught the eye with his brilliant ankle holds, as well as Meraj who secured four points in tackling to take his overall points tally to 12 in the game.
The combination of all these helped the Hyderabad-based franchise come out trumps in emphatic fashion. For the losers, Kashiling Adake was the most successful raider with eight points that included five bonus points for touching beyond the black line on the opposite side successfully.
Ravinder Pal Singh excelled in tackling with seven points but the big edge in raiding (21-16) and the two all outs suffered by Delhi, swung the game in Titans' favour.
Taking an early 6-2 lead, the Titans never looked behind as they jumped to 9-4 with Chaudhari twice sending off two rival defenders with his touches while raiding.
Then Delhi were packed off for the first time in the game to enable Titans lead 16-6 and they maintained this edge till the end of the first half when the score read 18-8 in Titans' favour.
The second half saw Titans continuing to hold sway and take a commanding 34-19 advantage with the last five minutes of the game remaining. Delhi fought back to narrow the lead but the leeway was always beyond their reach.