Despite the defeat, the Titans remain fourth in Zone B with 32 points from 11 matches while the Thalaivas are at the fifth spot with 30 from 15 games.
The Titans had the better start, building up an early lead. Their star raider Rahul Chaudhari, who has struggled this season, showed signs of getting back to form with a series of successful raids.
But he and the other Titans raiders struggled a bit later on.
The Thalaivas on the other hand, improved their performance in both attack and defence as they gradually closed down the lead. Sukesh Hedge pulled the Tamils at 8-8 with a three-point 'super raid'.
That would prove to be a turning point as the Thalaivas staged a strong comeback to turn the game on its head. Rahul failed in a second consecutive raid as Thalaivas took the lead for the first time in the game.
They then inflicted an all out on their opponents to extend the advantage.
The veteran Manjit Chillar was a pillar of strength in defence as the Thalaivas pulled off a well deserved victory.
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