The visitors had the Titans in a spot of bother on 57 for two in pursuit of 268 for a win on the final day when the game was called off due to the inclement weather.
Piedt was one of the standout performers, as he struck 74 with the bat and finished with a match haul of 5/93, which included the prized scalp of Proteas batsman Dean Elgar - twice.
"I was trying to be as boring as possible until they made mistakes. I thought they had quite a long tail as Shaun von Berg batted at number seven, but unfortunately the rain and bad light were factors," said Piedt.
"I would say it was a feather in my cap to get Elgar twice, because Elgar struck that unbeaten half-century in the final test against India and has been on song for some time.
"My goal is to lead from the front and to hit good areas. It was a wicket that assisted the off-spinner, as I took the ball away from their left-handed batsmen," he said.
"It also bounced at times and there was a ball that bounced a bit and there was a difficult missed stumping in the second innings.
"I have a point to prove. I did not attempt to bowl any Carrom-balls or Doosras because the wicket was responsive and I didn't need those variations," said Piedt.
"Our goals and culture is not to rely on only one star performer to shine, but to have multiple performers.
"And we are busy moving in the right direction with several players contributing, despite having only one player older than 30," continued Piedt.
The Cobras managed 14.12 points, while the Titans gained 12.42 out of the clash with the Tshwane outfit still at the top of the table after six rounds of action in the first-class competition.