Cabrera and Rojas were tied after 54 holes at 8-under-par 208 and were to be paired in the final grouping before the tournament was halted.
My first victory in this tournament was back in 1988 and although it is good to win always, it is not so good to do it this way, said Cabrera, who set a course record with a 65 in the second round.
Rodolfo Gonzalez was a shot behind the Cabrera and Rojas and 2002 Barclays Scottish Open winner Eduardo Romero finished two of the pace. and in fourth.
Considering the weather I think it was a good decision but it is a little disappointing because I have never been so close to a win in my country,' said Rojas, who regained his playing privileges for The European Tour after finishing 12th on the 2002 Challenge Tour Rankings.