The Zambia Police-sponsored chess club boasting players like International Master Gillian Bwalya and Candidate Master Kelvin Chumfwa finished the league winning all their 18 games and accumulating a total of 54 points.
In second position was defending league champions Red Arrows chess club, who finished with 40 points after 18 round games.
Micronics and NAPSA chess clubs were joint third position with 36 points each but the latter had a weak tie break. Indo Zambia Bank Chess club were 5th with 28 points.
The 2013 chess league games were played over a period of nine months from March to November.
All the league games are played every Sunday at the Olympic Youth Development Centre (OYDC).
Ten teams are participating in the LPCA, namely Red Arrows, NAPSA, Nkwazi, AJAX, UNZA, ZINC, Green Eagles, Micronics, Little Legends and INDO Zambia Bank Chess Clubs.
And Nkwazi Club chairman Maybin Chinama urged the Zambia Police command to continue sponsoring his team.
He said the players were looking forward to defending their championship and a challenging season.
And LPCA chairman Bwalya Chileya said the 2013 league season was very competitive and thanked new teams that joined the league.
"I would like to thank the new teams such as Nkwazi, ZINC and INDO Zambia for bringing stiff competition in the league. We had a successful season, with nine monthly chess tournaments. As LPCA, we are pleased to see the number of female participants in chess events increase in both the league and tournaments," said Chileya.
By Oliver Chisenga - Wed 27 Nov. 2013