Donald Malone is an Australian Rugby league Player for the North Queensland Cowboys in the NRL. He made his NRL debut in Round 22, 2009. Malone, a former Ipswich Jet, predominantly plays on the wing, he is the nephew of QLD and Australian centre Steve Renouf. He scored his first NRL try on 6 September 2009 in the final round of the season against the Sydney Roosters, he scored 34 tries for the Ipswich Jets in the Queensland Cup. In 2012, he was named in the Queensland Residents side and the Queensland Murris to face the USA Tomahawks at Honolulu in which the Murris won 72-10. North Queensland Cowboys profile
Chantel Ellen Malone is an athlete representing the British Virgin Islands who competes in the long jump and sprinting events. Malone attended Althea Scatiffe Primary School before attending BVI High School, which Is now known as Elmore Stoutt High School. In college, she was the Conference Champion for both indoor and outdoor track and field events, named All-American at the NCAA Division 1 Championship and was a finalist at the World Junior Championships in two events, the long jump and the 400, she placed fourth at the Commonwealth Games, won gold at the CAC Championships and most won a silver medal at the NACAC Championships. In August 2015, Malone joined with Digicel as a brand ambassador, she will act as a spokesperson for the brand with a special focus on youth and sports throughout the British Virgin Islands and be featured in Digicel's advertising campaign, highlighting the territory's most reliable 4G network. Outdoor 200 metres – 23.37 400 metres – 52.35 NR High jump – 1.65 NR= Long jump – 6.69 NR Triple jump – 13.27 (+1.6 NRIndoor 400 metres – 53.23 NR Long jump – 6.65 NR Triple jump – 13.45 NR Chantel Malone at IAAF
Cha Cha Malone
Chase Vincent Malone, more known as Cha Cha Malone, is an American singer, music producer, songwriter and member of b-boy crew Art of Movement, from Seattle, Washington. Malone is known for his work with Korean-American singer and fellow AOMG member, Jay Park, which began in 2010 with online hits "Bestie" and "Speechless", has produced nine tracks for his multi-platinum and award-winning works, Take A Deeper Look and New Breed. In 2011, Malone released an EP, through iTunes and Bandcamp. Aside from collaborations with Park, Malone has produced and worked with many other artists in South Korea, including Red Velvet, Shinhwa, Dok2, The Quiett, Brian Joo, U-KISS, Nu'est, One and B1A4. Malone's distinctive producer tag, the phrase'I need a cha cha beat boy', is associated with Jay Park's music. Malone was born in Washington to a Filipino mother and an African-American father, he was raised by his mother and his grandmother played a huge role in his life. Malone's first passion was art and illustration, from a young age this became his creative outlet.
At age 7, Malone began playing the piano by ear, was influenced by his mother who used to write songs and sing in a band. Malone used to write rap verses in third grade, was first introduced to the use of modern technology in beat making when he stumbled upon an early version of FL Studio on a friend's computer in 2000, has participated in online beat battles at Rocbattle. At age 12, in middle school, Malone entered the world of b-boying with friends at Seattle-based b-boy crew, Art of Movement, in 2006 he appeared in Season 6 episode 19 of MTV's Made. Malone graduated from The Art Institute of Seattle in 2009, earning a B. F. A. in Media Arts and Animation, was interested in working in the field of concept art and visual development. Malone found he was always making time to create music during his studies when classes were long and homework was draining. In 2009, Malone sent friend and fellow Art of Movement member, Jay Park, who had returned to Seattle from South Korea, a folder of beats to see if he was interested in collaborating.
Since Malone and Park formed a strong partnership into the producing music and writing songs. In October 2010, the pair's first works were released online. 2011 saw further successful collaborations between Malone and Park, in which Malone produced four of the seven tracks, including the title track, "Abandoned", on Park's EP, Take A Deeper Look, which went on to win a Golden Disk Award. In 2011, Malone produced and wrote his own EP, with title track, "I Still", a self-inspired and heart-capturing track which Malone calls one of his favourites. Malone hosted Myx TV's Top 10 countdown for a week in 2011. Malone released "Single Life", which featured Park, as a free download in September 2011. In 2012, Malone began working with an increasing number of K-pop artists and groups alongside Park, became a member of production team, Iconic Sounds LLC, who have worked on albums such as The Boys by Girls' Generation, Only One by BoA. February 2012 saw the release of Park's first studio album, New Breed, in which Malone produced five tracks.
The album went multi-platinum with 100,000+ physical sales in South Korea, peaking at number 1 on the Gaon Album Chart and on international iTunes R&B/Soul charts. Malone and Park produced and wrote "Can't Stop", released in Korean and English, which featured Park, for Brian Joo's 2012 EP, ReBorn Part 1. Malone and Park worked together on "4U" for U-KISS' sixth EP, DoraDora, on new K-pop girl group Tiny-G's song "Polaris" through South Korea television show, MBC's Music & Lyrics, which starred Jay Park and Lee Si-young. Malone produced three tracks for Park's 2012 mixtape, Fresh Air: Breathe It, including the title track "BODY2BODY", featured and wrote the track "Hopeless Love". In October 2012, Malone produced "One Love" for South Korean boy band B1A4's 2012 debut Japanese album, 1. 2012 saw Malone working with American Idol contestant and fellow Seattleite, Mackenzie Thoms. Extended playsBreakthrough Singles"Speechless" "I Still" "Single Life" Art of Movement Jay Park discography Official website Iconic Sounds Official Website Cha Cha Malone on Twitter Cha Cha Malone on Facebook Cha Cha Malone's channel on YouTube Cha Cha Malone discography at MusicBrainz MTV Made Season 6 Episode 19
Edward Joseph "Eddie" Malone, is a Scottish association football player, who plays for Forfar Athletic. He has been on the books of many other Scottish clubs, as well as playing trial league matches with Greenock Morton and Berwick Rangers. Malone started his senior career with St Johnstone, he played for Clyde and became the vice-captain of the team. He signed a contract with SPL club St Mirren on 30 January 2007 and moved to Dundee for a month-long loan in November of that year; this turned into a permanent position in January 2008. He was released by the club on 4 May 2010 with eight other players. Malone played for Raith Rovers for the 2012–13 seasons and for Stenhousemuir for the 2013–14 season. Malone, born in Edinburgh, played alongside current Scotland internationalist Scott Brown and against Republic of Ireland internationalist Aiden McGeady during his youth career, he began his senior career with St Johnstone where he made a dozen or so appearances and scored once against Queen of the South.
Malone headed to Clyde in a swap deal for Kevin Fotheringham. Malone made his Clyde debut in a goalless draw against St Mirren in the Scottish Football League First Division in September 2004. Malone went on to become an integral part of the team, fulfilling a variety of positions, including central defense, central midfield, his favored left wing back position. Malone was only one of four players that survived the clear-out of summer 2005. In 2005–06, under new manager Graham Roberts, Malone hit the peak of his form, in front of millions of viewers on Sky Television Malone struck a sweet volley from the edge of the area, the winning goal in Clyde's remarkable Scottish Cup victory over giants Celtic. Malone was the vice-captain of Clyde. Malone signed a contract with SPL club St Mirren on 30 January 2007. In November 2007, he joined Dundee in a month-long loan. Malone signed for Dundee permanently in January 2008 on a two and a half year contract, but was released by the club on 4 May 2010 along with 8 other players.
He appeared as a trialist in league games for Greenock Berwick Rangers. On 18 September 2010, Malone was listed as a trialist for Second Division club Ayr United in there 3–2 away victory over East Fife, completing the whole game, he signed a contract at Somerset Park scoring his first goal for Ayr against Livingston. On 16 May 2012, Malone signed a pre contract agreement with Raith Rovers after impressing manager John McGlynn. Despite McGlynn leaving to manage Hearts, Malone joined Raith for the 2012–13 season. In May 2013, he was freed by Raith Rovers. For the 2013–14 season, Malone signed up with Stenhousemuir. In January 2015, Malone signed for Lowland Football League side Spartans, he moved to Forfar Athletic for a "modest fee" in January 2017. ClydeScottish Challenge Cup Runner-up: 2006–07DundeeScottish First Division Runner-up: 2009–10 Scottish Challenge Cup Winner: 2008–09Ayr UnitedScottish Second Division Runner-up: 2010–11 2004–05 Clyde F. C. season | 2005–06 | 2006–07 2010–11 Greenock Morton F.
C. season Eddie Malone at Soccerbase
Bradley Malone is a Canadian professional ice hockey forward, under contract with the Edmonton Oilers in the National Hockey League. He has played with the Colorado Avalanche, with whom he was drafted, the Carolina Hurricanes. Malone was born in New Brunswick, where he played hockey as a youth. Malone left home at age 15 to begin his hockey career at Cushing Academy, a small prep school located in Ashburnham, Massachusetts. At 17 Malone joined the USHL and played with the Sioux Falls Stampede, scoring 33 points in 57 games, after which he was drafted 105th overall by the Colorado Avalanche in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft. Malone attended the University of North Dakota, where he had 85 points in his 4 years in the WCHA. In completing his collegiate career, Malone was signed by the Avalanche to a two-year entry level contract on April 12, 2011. Malone's entry into pro hockey began in the 2010–11 season when he was signed to an amateur try-out with the Lake Erie Monsters of the American Hockey League during their playoff run.
Malone had 1 point in 3 games. After attending his first Avalanche training camp he was reassigned and returned to AHL affiliate, Lake Erie, for the beginning of the 2011–12 season. Malone established himself within the Monsters in a physical checking role on the third line. In contributing offensively with 13 points in 24 games, Malone was recalled by the Avalanche upon a suspension to depth Avalanche forward Kevin Porter. Malone made his NHL debut with the Avalanche the following day on December 9, 2011, in a 4-1 defeat against the Edmonton Oilers, he recorded his first NHL point, an assist, in his fifth career game in a 3-2 shoot-out victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on December 19, before playing his first professional game against his cousin Ryan Malone and the Tampa Bay Lightning on Christmas Eve. Malone contributed with 2 assists in 9 games before he was returned to Lake Erie for the duration of the year to finish second on the team and first as a rookie in scoring with 36 points in 67 games.
In attaining free agent status from the Avalanche, due to a lack of NHL games from his entry level contract, Malone signed a two-year contract with the Carolina Hurricanes on July 1, 2014. In the 2014–15 season, completed his fourth NHL season and first with the Hurricanes, he established career highs with goals, assists and games played, he recorded a team-high 74 penalty minutes, including six fighting majors, the most on the team while leading the team with 162 hits. He was selected as the club's winner of the Josef Vasicek Award for cooperation with the local media by the Carolina chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association In the 2015–16 season, Malone played in 57 games, recording two goals and six assists for eights points. Malone for a second consecutive year led the Hurricanes in penalty minutes, which included 9 fighting majors, placing second amongst the club with 142 hits. At the conclusion of his contract with the Hurricanes, Malone left as a free agent and signed a one-year, two-way deal with the Washington Capitals on July 2, 2016.
After attending the Capitals 2016 training camp, Malone failed to make the club's opening night roster and was waived and reassigned to begin the 2016–17 season in the AHL with the Hershey Bears. Used in multiple roles in the Bears lineup, Malone responded offensively with 20 points in 52 games before he was included by the Capitals to the St. Louis Blues in a package deal in exchange for Kevin Shattenkirk and Pheonix Copley on February 27, 2017. Having left the Blues as a free agent, Malone signed a two-year, two-way contract with the Edmonton Oilers on July 3, 2017. Brad comes from a long line of hockey players, his father Jim Malone was a first round pick of the New York Rangers. His uncle Greg Malone played 12 seasons in the NHL. Brad's first cousin Ryan Malone played over 600 games in the NHL, his younger brother Brett Malone played 3 seasons in the QMJHL with the Moncton Wildcats, Cape Breton Screaming Eagles and the Saint John Sea Dogs, he is a forward with the Miramichi Timberwolves of the MHL.
He is engaged to Bryelle Muller, daughter of former NHL'er and current Montreal Canadiens associate coach Kirk Muller. Biographical information and career statistics from NHL.com, or Eliteprospects.com, or Hockey-Reference.com, or The Internet Hockey Database
Anthony Malone was an Irish lawyer and politician. The eldest son of Richard Malone of Baronston, County Westmeath, Marcella, daughter of Redmond Molady, he was born on 5 December 1700. P. for Fore from 1741. He was educated at Mr. Young's school in Abbey Street, on 6 April 1720 was admitted a gentleman-commoner of Christ Church, Oxford. After two years at university he entered the Middle Temple, was called to the Irish bar in May 1726. In 1737 he was created LL. D. of Trinity College, Dublin. Malone made a successful career as a lawyer. From 1727 to 1760, again from 1769 to 1776, he represented the county of Westmeath, from 1761 to 1768 the borough of Castlemartyr, in the Irish parliament. In 1740 he was appointed Serjeant-at-law, but was dismissed from office in 1754 for opposing the claim of the crown to dispose of unappropriated revenue. In 1757 he was made chancellor of the exchequer, but his attitude in council in regard to the Money Bill of 1761 led to his again being removed from office.
His treatment was regarded as too severe by William Pitt. He was shortly afterwards granted a patent of precedence at the bar, but was charged with having sold his political principles for money. Malone supported John Monck Mason's bill for enabling Roman Catholics to invest money in mortgages on land. In 1762 he was appointed, with Sir Richard Aston. Malone died on 8 May 1776. A marble bust of him used to adorn Baronston House. Malone married in 1733 Rose, daughter of Sir Ralph Gore, 4th Baronet, speaker of the Irish House of Commons. By his will, made in July 1774, he left all his estates in the counties of Westmeath, Longford and Dublin to his nephew, Richard Malone, 1st Baron Sunderlin as he became, eldest son of his brother Edmund. On his death in 1816 the right of succession was disputed. Attribution This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Lee, Sidney, ed.. "Malone, Anthony". Dictionary of National Biography. 35. London: Smith, Elder & Co
David M. Malone
David M. Malone, born in 1954, is a Canadian author on international security and development, as well as a career diplomat, he is a former president of the International Peace Institute, a quoted expert on international affairs on Indian Foreign Policy and the work of the UN Security Council. He became president of the International Development Research Centre in 2008 and served until 2013. On 1 March 2013, he took up the position of UN Under-Secretary-General, Rector of the United Nations University, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, he holds a degree from l’École des Hautes Études Commerciales. Malone served as a Canadian Ambassador to the UN from 1992 to 1994, after representing Canada on the UN's Economic and Social Council, 1990-92, he was appointed as the Canadian High Commissioner to India, the non-resident Ambassador to Nepal and Bhutan, 2006-2008. From 1998 until 2004, when Terje Rød-Larsen took over, he was the president of the International Peace Institute known as the International Peace Academy.
He has spoken at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. Malone was president of the International Development Research Centre, a Canadian crown corporation that supports evidence-based and policy relevant research into healthier, more equitable, more prosperous societies in the global south, 2008-2013, became president in July 2008. Malone has a long-term interest in Haiti, which he visited as part of UN delegations and as a representative of human rights groups, his book Decision-Making in the UN Security Council: The Case of Haiti is "an account of the struggle to address the Haiti crisis from 1990 to 1998." A former supporter of president Jean-Bertrand Aristide, he was critical of the international pressure that resulted in Aristide's ousting, singling out the United States and Canada in a 2004 op-ed piece published in the International Herald Tribune and The New York Times. In an interview with the Neue Zürcher Zeitung, he expressed mixed optimism that a lengthy international involvement might bring about positive change, but lamented the lack of interest in "Paris, Washington, or Ottawa" in a long-term strategy.
In an op-ed piece in The New York Times written with Kirsti Samuels published in July 2004, he advocated an international commitment to long-term nation-building for Haiti. Malone has written a survey of Indian Foreign policy published in 2012, co-edited, with C. Raja Mohan and Srinath Raghavan a wide-ranging collection of essays for Oxford University Press on the same topic by Indian authors, including many young ones, he is one of the foreign scholars most cited on India's international relations. Malone was appointed by the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon as Rector of the United Nations University in Tokyo on 3 October 2012, he took up this position on 1 March 2013. Malone has written a number of books, many of them concerned with the United Nations, international development, international security and Indian foreign policy, he published academic chapters and articles in scholarly volumes and journals. As well, he writes for the Literary Review of Canada. Earlier he had written on the political economy of civil wars, on the causes of violent conflict and conflict prevention, on Security Council decision-making, on Haiti and on Iraq.
Malone's The International Struggle Over Iraq: Politics in the UN Security Council 1980-2005 was nominated for the 2006-2007 Lionel Gelber Prize, an award given annually to the best book on international affairs. " The Law and Practice of the UN",2nd Ed. co-authored with Simon Chesterman and Ian Jonhstone " The Oxford Handbook on Indian Foreign Policy", co-edited with C. Raja Mohan and Srinath Raghavan " The UN Security Council in the 21st Century", co-edited with Sebastian von Einsiedel and Bruno Stagno Ugarte, International Development: Ideas and Prospects, co-edited with Bruce Currie-Alder, Ravi Kanbur and Rohinton Medhora ISBN 9780199671663 Nepal in Transition: From Civil War to Fragile Peace, co-edited with Sebastian von Einsiedel and Suman Pradhan Does the Elephant Dance? Contemporary Indian Foreign Policy The Law and Practice of the United Nations, co-authored by Simon Chesterman and Thomas M. Franck Preventing a Future Generation of Conflict in Iraq, co-edited by Markus Bouillon and Ben Rowswell The International Struggle Over Iraq: Politics in the UN Security Council, 1980-2005 The UN Security Council From Cold War to Twenty-First Century Unilateralism and US Foreign Policy, co-edited by Yuen Foong Khong From Reaction to Conflict Prevention, co-edited by Fen Osler Hampson Greed and Grievance: Economic Agendas in Civil Wars, co-edited by Mats Berdal, Decision-Making in the UN Security Council: The Case of Haiti