Club boss Carolyn Radford said it was just a "play on words" and had nothing to do with prostitution. She said: "I refuse to think for one minute the board didn't think about the second meaning of that name [One Call Girls].
Critics have claimed the "call girl" reference effectively compares them to prostitutes. She said the tweets should have included the word "insurance" and mansfielf is where the controversy has stemmed from.
The women, who advertise club sponsor One Call Insurance, hand out beer tokens during home games.