A video of Shane Warne's hearing outcome, in which the Melbourne Stars captain was found guilty and was fined Aus $ 5,000.

Mike McKenna, executive general manager, Operations, Cricket Australia, said that they were disappointed that they couldn't complete the game even though there was 22,000 spectators present.

He also said it is on Warne to decide whether he wants to continue playing in Big Bash League after having a poor 2012-13 season.

Warne had previously been issued with one strike for a slow over rate violation and a second strike this season would have resulted in an automatic one-match suspension.

"Warne was found guilty of breaching Rule 5: Laws of Cricket and Spirit of the Game by Commissioner Arthur Lodge," said Cricket Australia.

The 43-year-old spinner was not present at the hearing and was represented by Melbourne Stars officials.

Warne apologised earlier this month after a foul-mouthed rant against West Indian all-rounder Marlon Samuels that earned him a ban and a Aus$4,500 fine.

He claimed 708 Test wickets in a celebrated career but has also courted controversy, notably when he was fined for accepting money from a bookmaker and sent home from the 2003 World Cup for taking a banned diuretic.