Hampshire's Neil McKenzie has been handed a reprimand by the England and Wales Cricket Board.
The South African batsman was reported by umpires Rob Bailey and Michael Gough for a level one breach of the disciplinary code during the Friends Life t20 final at the SWALEC Stadium.
McKenzie appeared unimpressed by an lbw decision against him and also claimed a catch that was given not out by the TV umpire, with the charge against him related to showing dissent to the officials' decision.
Meanwhile, Worcestershire's Jack Shantry has received three disciplinary points after "throwing the ball at or near a player, umpire or official in an inappropriate or dangerous manner".
The incident happened in the Pears' CB40 match against Lancashire on Monday.
The accumulation of nine penalty points in a two-year period leads to an automatic suspension.